When Carol Howarth parked her Mitsubishi in the town of Haverfordwest, Wales, to do some shopping, little did she know the mayhem that would ensue. While she attended to her errands, a swarm of 20,000 bees was drawn to her car. A local man, Tom Moses, saw the buzzing hubbub and concerned that the bees … Continue reading 20,000 Bees Followed A Car For 2 Days To Rescue Their Queen – Physics And Astronomy Zone
The lifespan of a honey bee depends on the type of bee it is. Drone bees (male bees hatched from unfertilized eggs) live for around eight weeks. Sterile worker bees tend to live for up to six weeks during summer and five months or more during winter. The fertile queen bee can live for several … Continue reading What Is the Life Span of a Honey Bee?
These trees are the most attractive for pollinating bees in the North America region. Plant these trees in your yard to help local honey colonies. — Read on http://www.thoughtco.com/best-north-american-trees-for-bees-1968106
A Better Way to Bee — Read on honeybeesuite.com/how-much-will-it-cost-to-start-beekeeping/
Vapor Treatments There is much less published literature regarding OA heat vaporization (sublimation) in comparison to the OA trickle method. Research and reports from beekeepers indicate that the vaporization technique does have some advantages. Research suggests it is less detrimental to adult bees, brood and hive strength following application and from the beekeeper’s perspective, there … Continue reading USING OXALIC ACID | Bee Culture
Finally, a FAST Sideliner/Commercial Vaporizer at a Reasonable Price! We’re talking 20 seconds per hive! No wand to insert, just point and shoot! No guessing on dosage! No compressor or battery! Just plug it in to an inexpensive inverter, generator or use house current. The vaporizer is a 110 volt electrical appliance, 250 watts, 2.2 … Continue reading ProVap 110 Sideliner/Commercial Vaporizer
Processing Honey: A Closer Look | Bee Culture — Read on http://www.beeculture.com/processing-honey-a-closer-look/