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How do you rid grassy yards of honey bees?

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2017-04-13 19:13:36
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Having a slightly smoky smell from cooking and grilling non-sweet food outdoors, mowing blades to the shortest height and relocating nectar- and pollen-rich plants to other sites not in conflict with honey bee homes and routes are ways to rid grassy yards of beneficial honey bees.

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