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Minor Bees don't drink from plant trays and therefore don't create honey.
#1
Atleast to all my botany work, even with 10 plant trays full of nectar no bee ever seems to drink from them and create honey. Critical bug
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#2
I just watched one drinking nectar from tomatoes and creating honey.
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#3
Hm odd, well I must be doing something wrong in that case. I suppose this can be closed then.
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#4
I ran into this issue a few rounds ago when I pilfered two trays and made two bees -- they never drank from the trays for the entire sixty-plus minutes I had them there. So it's definitely happening sometimes.
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#5
Alright then, don't close the thread we got life baby.
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#6
I have also encountered this bug, and im not sure if its the bees not drinking or the trays not producing nectar to drink.
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#7
They definitely produce nectar; in my case I checked with a reagent scanner and there was 10-15 units of it (I forget the specific amount).
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#8
Yeah plants produce nectar but bees never drink it
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