Honeydew Honey

Honeydew Honey

 

honey produced by bees from honeydew and manna. It is often mixed with floral honey. Honeydew honey is less sweet and more sticky than floral honey. It also contains more protein, dextrine, mineral salts, and organic acids. Honeydew honey is harmless to man but sometimes toxic to bees. Thus, it is not kept in beehives during wintering. Honeydew honey is an effective inhibitor of bacteria. Certain bacteria die when immersed in water solutions of honeydew honey.

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BEES PERISHED: Millions of honey bees have perished in the Marmaris district of Mugla, where is the world-famous center for forest or honeydew honey.
2,3) NH is produced by honey-bees as blossom honey by secreting nectars of flowers, and honeydew honey (forest honey) by secreting the exudates of plant sucking insects (Aphids).
Bee producers are in panic in the western province of Mugla which produces 70 percent of Turkey's honeydew honey.
MUy[currency]LA (CyHAN)- Millions of honey bees have perished in the Marmaris district of Mugla, where is the world-famous center for forest or honeydew honey.
The honeydew honeys are characterised by their very dark colour and high values of pH, ash content and electrical conductivity [39, 40].