I think the main takeaway in my view is that genetic transformation is taking place on the landscape scale.Yes It seems to have worked for a few, but the results (and the resulting genetics from the far and few between successes) haven't been exportable to others.
Maybe I missed it, what point in the video did they share that data? for the most part all I saw was a rehash of the failed TF Guru playbook of 10 and 20 years ago.I think the main takeaway in my view is that genetic transformation is taking place on the landscape scale.
As Randy Oliver would say, I see this as another example of 'ground truthing'.Maybe I missed it, what point in the video did they share that data?
but what does that have to do with the video and its outdate messages ?there is an accumulating body of information suggesting a transformation is occurring on the landscape scale.
I think it is something like this - less to do with what we're doing, and more to do with what Mother Nature is doing:or is is due to the large scale propagation and distubution of improved genetics in the area
what is the backyard beekeeper to do?
The feral chewing studys seem to point there do they?more to do with what Mother Nature is doing:
Some months ago, we were discussing exactly this report from Serbia.The feral chewing studys seem to point there do they?
on the mother nature subject.... you might enjoy this one and its very interring locaton
Unprecedented Density and Persistence of Feral Honey Bees in Urban Environments of a Large SE-European City (Belgrade, Serbia)The western honey bee, a pollinator species that is essential for modern agriculture and food production sustainability, is under various anthropogenic pressures. In the last few decades, these have led to serious worldwide problems concerning the health ...www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov