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“Bears Love Honey”

Ultimately, the Berlin International Film Festival managed to come up with at least one plausible winner, the Turkish-German co-production Bal (Honey) from director Semih Kaplanoglu. Michael Althen reports on a worthy winner at a not-so-worthy festival Read more

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Turkish Honey Shows Anti-Fungal Activity

Antifungal Activity of Turkish Honey Against Candida spp. and Trichosporon spp: An in vitro Evaluation Read more

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Turkey Plans to Dam its Sole Biosphere

Farmers in northeastern Turkey are furious at the government’s plans to flood the verdant region with eight hydroelectric dams. The Macahel Basin was declared a UN Biosphere because of its unique honeybee species, including some of the only genetically pure … Continue reading

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Russian beeswax inspires exhibition

Geophysical engineer Jale KuÅŸhan, who admired bee wax statue exhibition that she visited in Russia, learned that Turkey did not have a bee wax museum and decided to open the same exhibiton in the country. She spent all her money … Continue reading

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Beekeepers in Turkey want sermon against fake honey

Imams needs to brief consumers against fake honey so that they are more aware of what they eat, says Giresun Beekeepers Union president Read more

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Fire devestates beekeeping

Turkey, the country that produces 92 percent of the worlds pine honey, has been troubled with forrest fires. Read more

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