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« on: June 12, 2009, 08:49:14 PM »

Hi Guys,

I have a question that hopefully you guys can answer. I have purchased a very basic Pfund honey grading system which can be found at Jacksscale.com


My question is, Has anyone correlated a direct relation between the mm reading and the type of honey. For example, has anyone measured sourwood honey and if so what was the mm reading. It seems to me there should me a correlation between the type of honey and the color. So therefore the measuring the color should be able to classified as a certain type of honey (depending on region).

Tell me if I'm on to something or is there too many variables in the honey. Can true sourwood honey vary in color from year to year?

Thanks in advance!!
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