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I am trying to get this straight in my mind.

What are the best weather conditions for nectar production?

What effect does an individual condition have on nectar production, or more importantly available nectar production. By that I mean nectar could be readily produced, but may dry up due to wind conditions.
 

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Thanks for that information, it will certainly give me something to mull over.

I am thinking that some humidity and little wind may will keep nectar from drying up, is this correct?

I had been thinking of simply daily events, you gave me a much bigger picture to consider; I appreciate that.

I always thought that I was aware of the plants around me, but I had mostly neglected them. Now I walk around wondering what certain plants are and what else is around here for the girls to work on. I am also more aware of the smells of various flowering plants. Its more that just bees, this beekeeping stuff.
 
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