Bees love luffas
There have been unexpected bonuses. His luffas brought customers and honeybees! Honeybees don’t work well under plastic, so it is usually necessary to bring in bumblebees to pollinate crops.
“Honeybees can’t navigate in the greenhouse like bumble bees can. But luffa (or loofah) brought in honeybees galore. No other crop has ever brought bees in like this.”
Even on an overcast day, the small curcubit-type flowers are abuzz with honey bees, darting around the long grooved luffas hanging from vines.
BELOW AND RIGHT: Bees don't normally like being in plastic houses, but the lure of luffa plants proves too enticing, resulting in amazing yields for Shane.