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Posted by duddy   March 16, 2014   1906 views

Luxury hotels in Sydney are now producing their own honey by setting up bee colonies on their rooftops. The Shangri-La already has five rooftop beehives that have produced 14 kilograms of honey since late last year for use in the hotel’s restaurants and kitchens. Considering the amount of honey used in these big hotels, this is a pretty promising initiative!
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I hope people in cities grow more gardens to keep this going.
Posted on Mar 16, 2014 by colleen
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I see this as very little return for the effort and time. Won't succeed, I'm sure Frowning Face
Posted on Dec 13, 2016 by bio_man
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