Definition of honeyflow

: a supply or period of availability of floral nectar suitable for bees to convert into honey some swarming was evident … due to the heavy honeyflowCanadian Bee Journal the honeyflow … began during the latter part of JuneWestern Canada Beekeeper

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First Known Use of honeyflow

1881, in the meaning defined above

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