May 2013
Bee Culture;May2013, Vol. 141 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a poll regarding the honey prices, demand and production plans, and pollination in the 2013 spring. It states that the demand of the honey is expected to increase which will influence the price. It mentions that 46 percent of respondent does pollination every year and 34 percent of the respondent said that they will raise the rental price. A chart is presented which depicts the price of honey in several regions of the world.


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