You know I try to answer all my e-mail questions, but sometimes I just can’t think of anything to say—they more or less leave me speechless. Here’s a list of mystifying queries from the past week. If you have a good answer, please let me know . . .
Can You Answer these Questions?
“Do they put honey on the roads in Oregon?”
“Can you smoke bee pheromone?”
“Why is my face so big? It got stung by a bee.”
“Is there a type of mold that can be mistaken for honeycomb?”
“My bees are dead. When can I start them up again?”
“Are tomatoes polluted by honey bees?”
“If honey is bee vomit, why does it smell so good?”
“Why are bees aggressive when I’m cutting down the tree they’re in?”
“Do dead bees eat mice?”
“I put a carpenter bee in my ant farm. Do you think the bee will kill my ants?”
“Can I measure my bees on a pH scale?”