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This week we bring you a chat with Doug Purdie, Doug is a urban beekeeper based in Sydney Australia. We discuss Doug’s new book “Backyard Bees: A guide for the beginner beekeeper” and how he moved from a corporate job to a full time beekeeper.
This week we present our 64th beekeeping podcast, We are talking about Bee Products, Neonicotinoid Suit and Beekeeping and mental health. Continue reading
Here is the transcription of the recent interview with Randy Oliver. Randy started as a hobbyist beekeeper in 1967. Then went to study biological sciences, specializing in entomology at University. Continue reading
This week we are honored to talk to Tom Theobald. Tom is an advocate for the bees and has been involved in the campaign to save the bees in America. He is passionate about saving the bees and getting government regulators to ban dangerous pesticides. Continue reading
Our beekeeping podcast, This week we are talking about Anarchist Beekeeping, beekeeping training programs and an new Effective Biological Varroa mite Treatment. Continue reading
Randy Oliver started as a hobbyist beekeeper in 1967. Then went to study biological sciences, specializing in entomology at University. He uses these skills to do research for beekeepers around the world. Continue reading
This week we are talking about Bumble Bees, Monsanto and How Do Honeybees Smell? This is Episode Sixty of our beekeeping podcast. Continue reading
Cliff Van Eaton is an consultant and Author, he was born in America but has lived in New Zealand for over half of his life. We talk about his work in beekeeping and his new book ‘Manuka The Biography Of An Extraordinary Honey’ Continue reading
Hi this is Episode fifty eight of our beekeeping podcast, This week we are talking about wasps, Chinese beekeeping and swarms. Continue reading