After the recent article I ve read... somewhere around 80% of the manuka honey sold is probably not manuka honey.Message 1 of 2 , Sep 6View SourceAfter the recent article I've read... somewhere around 80% of the 'manuka' honey sold is probably not manuka honey.
On 9/7/2013 12:28 AM, ericgascoigne@... wrote:
Over the years I have had a lot of Manuka honey , at one of my mountain sites
it produces every year and if I am short of options I put more bee's on it, but I never try to extract it , I just use it to feed the bees, (take some frames off, for other hives),
Now my question ---When you hold a frame up to the light its green ==== I have looked at whats being sold in shops as Manuka honey but its not green ,
I have Manuka (Tee Tree) growing in my backyard, but not acres of it like my mountain site,
Eric Far South East Australia