Chris Fenstermaker, a hobbyist beekeeper, uses smoke to calm the honey bees in a hive before opening it up to replace the queen bee at the Bonita Springs Nature Place on Wednesday in Bonita Springs. Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles Bronson announced a new regulation preventing the production, packaging or sale of contaminated honey in Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff

Chris Fenstermaker, a hobbyist beekeeper, uses smoke to calm the honey bees in a hive before opening it up to replace the queen bee at the Bonita Springs Nature Place on Wednesday in Bonita Springs. Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles Bronson announced a new regulation preventing the production, packaging or sale of contaminated honey in Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff

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