Mariano Guillermo Garcia, via video, accused the beehive of “melting and choking” of the government’s negligence in the head of Alberto Rodríguez Saá, with 500,000 pesos “protruding in the hand”.
“Now I’m standing in the shadow of Rio Cuarto. Look at the walls of the bees because the nuclei are dying. We had to open them because they suffocate. Those who did not die had a lot of heat,” he said. At the same time, it shows how insects fly, and other insects remain in the box.
He said it all started when he joined San Luis. “We brought a cargo of 200 nuclear weapons, and they made us stop at the Desagu Adero checkpoint and wait four hours to leave,” he started.
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He also later added, “The police had a flat tire, and another mobile came up that needed to be recharged because they ran out of fuel. We were there for 6 hours for work that needed 2 hours.”
Beekeepers move beehives to use the optimum temperature. This is because the climate has a huge impact on the bee flora, that is, the flowering of economic interest in this activity.
However, to do this successfully, it only takes a few hours to transfer.
“The beekeepers do this transfer at night. They didn’t allow us to move forward, we got all the permission. We lost our luggage. I don’t know who’s in charge of this. 500,000 pesos is out of hand.” He lamented.
In the same vein, the chairman of the Mendoza Beekeeping Committee and members of the National Committee of Alberto Garcia accused the matter of continuing under San Luis’ control.
“We are very concerned not only with what happened to Guillermo due to the damage caused by the government’s lack of authority, but also the disruption of traffic to bring the hive to San Luis or move to another area,” he said. Chain 3.
Report by Laura Carbonari.