Tuesday, 11 May 2021
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          How to identify:

     The body consists of three parts: the head, chest and abdomen. The body is supported by its external exoskeleton - the cuticle.

Outside, the body is covered with hairs that perform the functions of the organs of touch and protect the cover from pollution.

The parts of the body are interconnected by thin elastic cuticle membranes. On the head are two large compound and three simple eyes.


         What are harmful:

     Multiple stings of bees, wasps and bumblebees are dangerous. If a person is stung by tens or hundreds of bees at the same time, a general toxic reaction develops. With multiple bites, weakness, dizziness, headache, chills, nausea, vomiting, and fever occur.

        How to identify honey bees:

Method 1. Using tea

Add a spoonful of honey to a cup of tea. The drink has darkened slightly, there is no sediment - continue drinking tea, you were not deceived with honey.

Method 2. Using paper and matches

We set fire to a sheet of blank paper with a drop of honey on it. The paper is burnt, the drop is intact - good honey. Honey burns, darkens and melts - the bees were clearly eating sugar syrup.

Method 3. Using bread

Dip a slice of fresh bread in the amber delicacy for 5 minutes. The bread did not get wet at all, but only became harder - the hygroscopic qualities of natural honey worked. A softened crumb indicates the presence of sugar syrup.

Method 4.

Using cow's milkMix honey with hot milk. A fake honey with an admixture of burnt sugar will curdle, the correct honey will sink to the bottom and dissolve.

Method 5. Using blotting paper

Apply a drop of honey to the blotting paper for 2-3 minutes. There is a watery mark on the back - you bought a low-quality product mixed with sugar syrup or water.

Method 6. Using vinegar

Dilute with 1 tbsp. honey 1/2 cup distilled water, adding 3 drops of vinegar. After stirring, you see bubbles - this is the chalk added to the product "boils".

Method 7. Using iodine

Mix 1 tablespoon honey with 1/2 cup hot water and 3 drops of iodine. The liquid turned bright blue - the seller did not regret starch or flour for the honey.

Method 8. Using ammonia

Add ammonia instead of iodine from the previous method. The liquid gave a white color with a brown sediment - in front of you is honey with starch syrup.


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Pest Traps Team

We have studied pest control deeply for many years. During this time, I have developed a simple but effective methodology for assessing the means to combat them.

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