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    Default Black Pollen - South Carolina

    I should know what pollen is associated with each species as a
    Botanist, but I don't. The last few days the bees have
    been collecting a dark brown - black pollen. Anyone know
    what species of plant it is from?

    I now live in Lancaster, SC. Technically about 2 miles from
    Waxhaw, NC as the Russians fly.

    Anyone want to buy a house in Baton Rouge, LA.
    Lots of fruit trees.
    James Henderson
    Golden Delight Honey; 225-803-5406 (cell)

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    Default Re: Black Pollen - South Carolina

    For those of you who did not know, one of my customers who purchased some of my Russian nucs I sold him answered my question. Liriodendron tulipifera (yellow poplar or tulip poplar) produces dark brown to black pollen.
    James Henderson
    Golden Delight Honey; 225-803-5406 (cell)

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    Default Re: Black Pollen - South Carolina

    Thanks, James. I will be looking for that as a sign that our popular is getting going.

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