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If there are any beehives in the area, it's likely the bees will discover this and go to it preferentially over other sources of sugars. That will reduce their utility to the beekeeper by removing their pollinating effects and by filling the combs with artificial honey that is likely an unappetizing color to boot. Finally, it's possible that the ingredients ...


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Sugar can be used as a weed killer, particularly broad leaf weeds, rather than grasses or perennials. It is a carbon nutrient that contains no nitrogen. Sugar can limit the growth of plant that do not tolerate low nitrogen environments. This is because microorganisms in soil are forced to source their necessary nitrogen from soil. This leaves little for ...


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