In this episode we talk about disappointment, Northland beekeepers and ApiNZ. We also have roving reporters checking in from Canada, England and the United States of America.
In this episode we talk about bees fighting burglars and a massive wasp nest has been located near Hamurana. We also have roving reporters checking in from the USA, England and New Zealand.
In this episode we talk about why the Ministry of Primary industries is taking a honey producer to court and the European Union may be changing its stance on Bee-killing pesticides. Kiwimana roving reporters checking in from Australia, United States of America and the United Kingdom.
This week we are discussing if Honey and Diabetes are a good combo and some naughty Bees make an uninvited visit to the Henderson Police Station. We also have Roving Reporters reported in from North Carolina, Poland, Texas and Indiana.
In this show we answer questions about finding Bees, stopping wasps and Winter Preparations. This is Episode One hundred and forty three of our beekeeping show – Finding Bees and stopping wasps
In this episode we talk about the suspected pesticide killing of bees near Christchurch and the largest bee ever has been rediscovered in Indonesia. We also have roving reporters checking in from Canada.
In this episode, we discuss why there are too many bees in the Hawkes Bay and why are small beekeepers in New Zealand are having trouble selling honey.
Paul and Tracey are Beekeeping friends from South London, who are the hosts of The Beehive Jive Podcast. We talk about how they keep bees despite the English weather.
John Berry is a third generation beekeeper and has worked in the family Business “Arataki Honey” before starting his own business “Berry Bees” with his brother Peter. He now produces comb-honey for the Hawkes Bay Farmers Market.
This week we learn about a new project involving sustainable schools and we learn how to requeen a hot hive in ten easy steps. We also have Roving Reports from Poland and the United States of America.
This episode we talk about Mixing Foundations and how a Dunedin couple are thinking outside the hive to help the bees. Also what are we are doing with our bees at kiwimana and Roving Reporters from North Carolina, Portland and Australia.
In 2006 Nick Wallingford released a series of podcasts about the history of Beekeeping in New Zealand. Here are the episodes for your listening pleasure.