I found this: "Beekeepers have generally observed that the lespedezas are scant producers of surplus honey. 'Korean' is rated as the best of the major species, L. bicolor and L. cyrtobotray Miq. are always attractive, although not grown on a large scale anywhere, and 'Kobe' and 'Sericea' are visited at times. Abernathy (1937) stated that lespedeza honey comes largely from 'Korean' with possibly a small amount from 'Common'. Derrenbacker (1936) concluded that bees get little honey from 'Korean'. Pellett (1939, 1952), Taylor (1935), Underhill (1946), and Watson (1938) considered lespedeza only a minor honey plant. Big differences were frequently observed in the populations of the bees on the crop. These differences were associated largely with climate, but location also seemed to be involved."
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