A new study of America’s fledgling hemp farms demonstrated that bees flock to cannabis due to the plants’ abundant pollen stores, which could help scientists better support both the bee and floral populations.

Bees love hemp, and hemp could help farmers grow other cash crops, a new study concluded.

The study, led by researchers at Cornell University and published last week in Environmental Entomology, found that bees are strongly attracted to hemp crops.

Its findings agree with a Colorado study published earlier this year that discovered the same thing.

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Randy Robinson ~ MerryJane.com

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