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Every beekeeper seems to have a different method for rendering wax. For cleaning the wax from only one or two hives, I use a very simplified process that can be completed in about an hour.
Beekeeping Beginners - Find the Best Beehive Location For Your Colony of Bees
Beekeeping beginners will need to find the best possible beehive location. Here's how.
A great addition to your garden or back yard. - Bee watering station. Bees need water just like we do but often times drown in open water. To make a bee watering station you can either do what is...
How to Render Beeswax from Honeycomb
This post my contain affiliate links. Thank you for your support! When we started beekeeping this spring, I knew one of the benefits would be harvesting our own beeswax. I looked forward to the day I wouldn’t have to buy beeswax to use in our homemade lip balm and dandelion salve. What I didn’t know …
Backyard Beekeeping | How to Turn Your Backyard into a Bee Haven
There are so many fantastic benefits of making your outdoor living space more bee-friendly. Check out these ideas to start your own backyard beekeeping!
Beekeeping for Beginners -Get Started with Bees- Carolina Honeybees
Raising honeybees is a fun activity. Be a beekeeper and learn about bees - Carolina Honeybees Farm
HOW TO LURE A SWARM OF BEES - Beekeeping Like A Girl
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This online course about the science and practice of beekeeping is for beginning beekeepers. It covers bee biology and behavior, hive management, equipment, bee products, and more.
IPM 4 Fighting Varroa : Reconnaissance Mite Sampling Methods and Thresholds - Scientific Beekeeping
Integrated Pest Management 4: Fighting Varroa Reconnaissance Mite Sampling Methods and Thresholds © Randy Oliver 2006 ScientificBeekeeping.com First Published in ABJ in March 2007 Three strategies I’ve found that always fail when battling varroa are: 1. Denial—“I haven’t seen any mites, so my mite levels must be low.” 2. Wishful thinking—“I haven’t seen very […]