mapamond🌐media sites |▎| 🇬🇧 english "The Romanian" |▎| 🇮🇹 italiano "Terra Romena" |▎| 🇩🇪 deutsch "Rumänien" |▎| 🇪🇸 español "Alhambra" |▎| 🇫🇷 français "Excelsior"

mapamond🌐media sites |▎| 🇬🇧 english "The Romanian" |▎| 🇮🇹 italiano "Terra Romena" |▎| 🇩🇪 deutsch "Rumänien" |▎| 🇪🇸 español "Alhambra" |▎| 🇫🇷 français "Excelsior"

Monday, July 22, 2024
25 C
Bucharest

The EU is seeing an increase in commercially raised bees, with Romania leading the way.

Must read

The number of commercial beehives on farms is increasing despite the looming threat over certain species of bees, the latest data from Eurostat reveals.

The new report identifies more than eight million beehives on EU farms in 2020 – an increase of more than a million compared to the previous figures.

The count only includes beehives on farms, which excludes bees reared on smallholdings or in individual apiaries. And there are some oddities: Germany, for example, does not count beehives as part of a farm, and so has a zero count in the latest available numbers.

/www.euronews.com/

- Advertisement -spot_img

More articles

Leave a Reply

- Advertisement -spot_img

Latest article

Discover more from The Romanian | romanian news in english

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading