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Temore-based organic honey company highlights importance of bees for agriculture | District News


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Joe and Lucinda Corrigan were not going to be engaged in beekeeping, but in the process of simplifying the process of pollinating almonds they became one of the independent producers of Riverina honey. Wild Nectar Honey started as a project to pollinate another project, but as the couple found out, most of the pollination and honey production processes are considered separately, and many large honey suppliers do not own hives themselves. “We looked at the development of almond plantations, and one of the key things that almond plantations require is bee pollination … Instead of attracting external suppliers and being a transaction, we started considering the importance of bees and my research into this led to suras. “The importance and importance of bees for the whole supply chain,” said Mr. Corrigan. “For me, it became a business in which I was very comfortable and motivated to be a part.” Temore, caring for a small army of bees and setting up her own business, the couple now describes the company as a “bottle bush” and can pinpoint which hives their honey comes from. still consider themselves a small production, even if trying to expand. “Despite the fact that we have a large number of hives and production, we still consider ourselves primarily local beekeepers ami ». Bees are on the move year-round, from national parks to provide pollination services and are sent to slightly warmer areas during the winter to maintain production. IN OTHER NEWS: Mr. Corrigan said the importance of caring for bees and preparing for the future is paramount, and that they see other beekeepers as colleagues rather than rivals. “The existential threat to bees is an existential threat to our world and modern life. It is important to have stronger and more hives,” he said. “It’s important to have a scientific top that explores the problems we may have and looks at issues abroad … It’s another thing to share information. Things like uterine breeding, things like diversity and biology – we can all come together and share your experiences .. Another beekeeper is not a competitor, this is our colleague and friend. ”Wild Nectar hopes to expand in the near future, retaining more stores across Australia and limiting the need to wholesale wholesale to other suppliers. wildnectarhoney.com.au Our journalists work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community, here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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