This week we are talking about Bumble Bees, Monsanto and How Do Honeybees Smell? This is Episode Sixty of our beekeeping podcast.
In this podcast we chat with Raymond Huber an author who has recently published a book about Honey Bees for children called “Flight of the Honey Bee”
In this article we discuss what is a decapping knife, and do you really need one to extract your bees honey?
We starting selling a new beekeeping product a couple of weeks back, “The Robinson Vaporiser”, we have conducted the following test to see if it works as designed. Here is our observations and how you use the vaporiser.
Tyson Kaiser is an ethical bee remover in the Los Angeles, California area and an urban beekeeper.
Matt is a beekeeper who in lives in the New Forest in the United Kingdom. He keeps National and Top Bar bee hives and is a keen supporter of the All Blacks.
In your bee colonies what is drone comb, and why is it so attractive to varroa mites?
Last Updated Wednesday, June 26, 2013 Photo’s courtesy of Kevin Krejci We went to along to a meeting set up by the Auckland Bee Club on Monday to discuss the $190 (annual) consent fee to keep Bees, proposed within the Auckland Council long-term draft plan. The draft considerations include public consultation and a submission process.
We chat with Karen Bean from Marple Falls, Washington State. Karen runs a successful Beekeeping Business and blog from the Brookfield Bees and Honey Farm.
The Seventeenth Podcast from the Team at kiwimana. A show where we talk about Beekeeping, gardening and life. This week we are talking about Toxic Honey and a Lady who is Addicted to bee stings.
Well guys its swarming season season here in New Zealand, we have had a few days of summer weather and the bees have made good use of it. We attended three swarms in the Auckland Region.
Last Updated Saturday, March 9, 2013This was a question posted in by one of our readers, Sophie asks:- How can a New Zealand beekeeper keep their bees alive every year? Well this is a good question, over recent times bee-keepers are having trouble keeping bees alive. Due to Varroa mites and pesticides in the environment.[…]Read More