A robbing-screen is a screen which can be placed in the front of the honey beehive entrance – Its purpose is to help save your colonies from Robbing Bees and Wasps !
Wasps are your garden’s helpful pollinators. But if they become too many or attacked your Honey bees, they can pose a problem. Get rid of them naturally with these easy methods.
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”
Last Updated Saturday, April 27, 2013We purchased a USB Microscope from Ecroyd Beekeeping at the Bee Conference, not really a Microscope more like a good macro lens. The beauty of this device is that you can plug it into your computer and take photos. So here are some photos:- Queen Bee One of a Queen[…]Read More
This week we are talking about Hive Alive, New Wasp bait and 6 Things You Didn’t Know About Queen Bees and why does honey crystallise? This is Episode Eighty five of our beekeeping podcast.
This week we are talking about Disappearance of bees, Liquid Gold and transforming your balcony. This is Episode Seventy two of our beekeeping podcast “The kiwimana Buzz…”
It’s the time of the year in the Waitakere Ranges that the common and German wasps/Yellow Jackets are out and about looking for a free meal, if you don’t want that free meal to come from your beehive read this article.
The Beekeeping Season of 2014 Part one of what we were doing during the break in New Zealand
Wasps in your beehive – A Robbing Screen may help, we discuss using our Robbing Screen to deter Wasps and Honey Bees robbing your Bees.
We went along to the Franklin Bee Clubs Meeting, today’s discussions were about varroa mites, Gary did a presentation about our Kiwimana Meshboards. We discussed the benefits and how you count mites with them.