"Rotten" refers more to the stinkin public school system that made me read both of those books.
Zone 5 @ 4700 ft. High Desert
I watched it and found it interesting. Given that its a Netflix series and based on the fact that I've already heard about it from multiple people...
It sounded like rising honey prices to me.
I agree with 8N. This episode strengthens my honey sales to my customers with my honey....
Use the good news.
use the bad news.
Makes my customers wonder why/how can the big box stores sell honey bottled in Colorado for $8 a quart. My local big box's honey used to say "from India or thiland or Viet Nam" and got blow back, so now the lable just says "bottled in Colorado" .
not sure if that sooths the masses, but for me I still smell a rat...
Educate potential customers? My honey speaks for itself.
Horseshoe Point Honey -- http://localvahoney.com/
It's widely used in China and Asian bee/honey industry
It was very interesting, should be good for local honey sales across the country.
Moral of the story don't buy prisoner pealed garlic.
Just watched this myself. Very comprehensive. I appreciate the overall coverage of issues beekeepers face. Seemed more well put together than other documentary films covering beekeeping.
I don't have a problem with the show's CCD hype, it makes my neighbors a little more less worrisome when they see my hives.
"Make your own decision and embrace the consequences." -- jwcarlson
Great show. Really Enjoyed it.