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Guong-Hong; Li
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Xinyang City, CN
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5004446 Device and method for collecting bee venom by attracting and electrocuting injurious bees April 2, 1991
Substances are blown out along the natural wind toward the injurious bees, or group of other insects, for attracting them to an electric grid where a low voltage causes them to deposit venom on the bare wires of the grid and collected on receiving plates. Then the voltage is increased el










 
 
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