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  1. #1
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    Default Tree of honey

    someone knows the "Evodia Daniellii" ?
    this tree is also called "tree of honey" because it produces more and more nectar.
    The people that have tried they claim that this tree allows a production of honey over 1200 kg/ectar (1,32 Short ton/ectar).
    what do you think??

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    Default Re: Tree of honey

    Welcome to Beesource!

    > someone knows the "Evodia Daniellii" ?

    This tree is quite popular with some beekeepers here. You might find this thread interesting:
    http://www.beesource.com/forums/show...highlight=tree

    Note that the thread is about these trees offered for sale, but of course shipping to Italy would not be possible. However, you can learn a lot just from reading the thread.
    Graham
    --- Victor Hugo - "Common sense is in spite of, not the result of, education.

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    Default Re: Tree of honey

    So basically they are the same type of tree. Maybe you can buy the seeds if they have it on ebay or amazon.
    Not sure if they can be ship to Italy though.

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    Default Re: Tree of honey

    So basically they are the same type of tree. Maybe you can buy the seeds if they have it on ebay or amazon.
    Not sure if they can be ship to Italy though.

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