" Somos Guardianes Templarios de la Naturaleza y las Abejas Nuestro Milenario Santo Grial "
Es escasa la floración de otoño, muy escasa, aunque antes esto no era así.
En la actualidad hay menor variedad de especies y muchos menos ejemplares de cada especie.
Las abundantes lluvias que se registraron a partir de agosto de 2009 ,permitieron el acúmulo de agua en banquinas y cunetas , situación que hacia varios años no se veía.
Esto permitió que la Sagittaria montevidensis, se desarrollara,pero nunca tanto como se la veía en épocas de nuestra infancia ( y no tan lejos en el tiempo....)
"We Templar Guardians of Nature and the Bees Our Millennium Holy Grail"
There is little blossom season, very rare, although this was not true before.
At present there is less variety of species and fewer individuals of each species.
The heavy rains that occurred from August 2009, allowed the accumulation of water at roadsides and ditches, a situation several years ago you could not see.
This allowed the Sagittaria montevidensis, to develop, but never so much as it was in times of our childhood (and not so far back in time ....)
The flowering is short and its small presence only serves as a basis of botanical interest, for apicultores.Esta species is very honey and can be viewed wide variety of sucking insects call your néctar.Los Camalote beekeepers, but its real common name is Arrow Water.
Another species in eta aflorecer starting time is the Turnip (Brassica napus), this species closely related to rapeseed, an oilseed is great power nectar and bee.
30 or 40 years ago, beekeepers said "... we hives wheat ...." knowing that wheat is not useful to bees paracer nonsense ... but not.
Beekeepers wearing their hives in winter wheat crops (barley and oats as well) where the whole paddock was full of turnip florecido.En that time wheat seed containing seeds of this species very tiny that "trickled in" to benefit beekeeper (80-100 times kgs of honey per hive). It is now much less its precencia.Florece until mid-June and again primavera.Bajo princpios of the common name Nabo, several species are grouped Nabillo, Nabón, beads, belonging to the Brassicaceae flia.
The Brassicaceae are often found in the few remaining dairy farms and perhaps in a cattle field "to field" (no feed-lot).
The presence of bees significantly improves the development and reproduction of these species. Are sensitive to glyphosate, for this reason is that very few parcels or areas where they can be, especially in areas of intensive agriculture.
Until next time ....