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Winter is that season where we all layer up and flowering plants are uncommon. However, you can change that! There are flowering plants that can endure the cool temperatures of winter. This can help your bees survive through winter. Winter means less foraging for bees, that’s why providing them pollen and nectar flow by adding…Read More
For a beginner, seeing a lot of evicted or even dead bees outside the hives is startling. We’re here to tell you that this is completely unusual, especially for this season! So why do the worker bees kick out the drones? First of all, you must understand the role of the drones in the life…Read More
While cleaning out the burr comb is not only for autumn management, it’s actually a regular to-do list for every beekeeper. If you’re a beginner, you may be wondering, what the hell is a burr comb? In this blog, we’ll highlight what it is and how to clean them out of your hives. What is it? …Read More
It may not be too obvious but feeding sugar syrup or pollen have each of their purposes. Usually, bees are fed sugar syrup when there is a nectar dearth. Sugar syrup is used to mimic nectar; however, it will not have a similar nutritional quality. When to Feed Pollen? There is indeed a thing called…Read More
Colder months are upon us. Feeding your bees during autumn may not always be necessary, but if you find: Harvested too much honey Lack of honey stores for bees due to weak nectar flow Signs of weakness or early diagnosis of diseases If you have one or more of these signs and have decided to…Read More
Autumn is almost here and it is time to make some changes. Before harvesting any honey this time of the season, make sure that you: Understand the nectar and pollen supply in your area Know the strength of your colony Aware of your queen’s performance The aim of autumn management is to ensure that your…Read More