Can I use old bee pollen?

by Dawn
(Cape Coral Florida. )

I mean, it’s really old. About 15 years old. It still smells flowery tho it has darkened. It was kept in a cool, dark closet and was sealed. I found it when I was moving…….. or should I toss it in the yard? Or could I put it in my plant soil?

Thanks very much,

I wouldn't recommend consuming it Dawn. Absolutely use it in your yard or compost it.


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