Sport ATTENTION, That's why you have to dispose of honeyglasses before flushing

15:40  18 june  2021
15:40  18 june  2021 Source:   maennersache.de

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You like to eat honey? Then please be careful to flush the honey jars before disposing them. Why? We reveal that here.

Drei mit Honig gefüllte Gläser © Arх-$ NT / iStock Three Honey-filled glasses Danger for domestic bees

You may not have any consciously, but not rinsed honeyglasses in the old glass container or household waste are a great danger to domestic bees. This does not find this Always flowers when looking for food - and then it may be that they look around in the trash of people.

In uninvented honey glasses, however, bacteria can form, which are picked up by the bees and worn in their sticks. There, the pathogens then spread unhindered.

American Faulbrut

There is already an infestation of the bacterium Paenibacillus Larvaelarvae to eliminate a whole bee folk. For people, other animals and adult bees, it is harmless, but the larvae of honey bee can be decomposed. This so-called American faunbrut is spread worldwide and represents a big problem for beekeepers.

is the main cause of importing imported honey. According to an report by Mann.tv , spores of American Faulbut are included in estimated 80 to 90 percent.

Native honey harmless

So: Do ​​you like to eat honey from abroad, wash the glasses thoroughly before disposing. Alternatively, you can grab the harmless home honey to protect the bee colonies.

good appetite!

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