In early April, the scent of brown tree blossoms begins to waft across the hills and gravel plains of the Emirates and the Sultanate of Oman, heralding the start of the Burmese honey season, which beekeepers look forward to every year.
Ibrahim Al-Jarwan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Emirates Astronomical Society, confirmed that the “Bram Al-Samar” flowering season continues in April and May, and bees are beginning to produce the famous and highly desirable mountain. -Summer honey in Emirates and Sultan of Oman, the type and taste of honey depends on the location of beekeeping and the harvest season. Each tree has a flowering season and a period during which it spreads naturally.
Samar, for example, begins to flower in late spring to early summer, in April and May, and honey harvested in May and June produces mainly Samar flavor. Let the bee go. For other trees in season, but the dominant flower is the summer flower.
The flowering season of siddar trees (swirl) is from early April to May to harvest honey in May and June, and the flowering season of siddr (al-jabab) is from early September to early October and end of October to harvest honey in November.
Samar honey is usually harvested after the Samar flowers fall off, and some crops harvest honey in two stages when they are most abundant, and the first stage is in the middle of the flowering season, and the second stage is at the end of flowering. The flowering season is usually 4 to 6 weeks per tree.
The flowers of Samar trees are small compared to other trees because Samar trees are desert trees, with small leaves and flowers that help them adapt to the climate of arid regions without needing much water.
The tiny flowers spread a sweet aromatic scent throughout the area where the Sumar tree is located. Bees feed on the nectar of the Sumar flowers, from which high-quality spiral honey is produced.
This type of honey is considered to taste less sweet than other types of honey, and some claim that yellow honey has a lower sugar content compared to other types.
Al-Baram honey is very famous not only at the local level but also at the level of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries. The amount of honey is exported to different countries of the world and some tourists are eager to get it before they come back. to their homes.
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