University of Kentucky tobacco researcher Rich Mundell is testing to see whether a type of tobacco bred for possible use in making  pharmaceuticals will attract honeybees. The flowers on the tobacco plants contain nectar with a high sugar content.
University of Kentucky tobacco researcher Rich Mundell is testing to see whether a type of tobacco bred for possible use in making pharmaceuticals will attract honeybees. The flowers on the tobacco plants contain nectar with a high sugar content. Herald-Leader
University of Kentucky tobacco researcher Rich Mundell is testing to see whether a type of tobacco bred for possible use in making pharmaceuticals will attract honeybees. The flowers on the tobacco plants contain nectar with a high sugar content. Herald-Leader

UK researcher's flowering, hybrid tobacco plants may help bee population

December 29, 2014 02:04 PM

UPDATED January 20, 2015 12:49 AM

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