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.
The hosts of the kiwimana beekeeping podcast attempt to answer your burning beekeeping questions. Join us with your question on Blab.
Our beekeeping podcast, This week we are talking about Anarchist Beekeeping, beekeeping training programs and an new Effective Biological Varroa mite Treatment.
Our beekeeping podcast this week we are talking about the Honey Harvest in New Zealand (or lack of) and do Children mix with Bees?
In this video we show you How to do a Sugar Shake Mite Count, using a sugar shake jar and icing or powdered sugar. Monitoring your Varroa mites levels is very important to ensure you know if things are getting out of hand in your colonies and if you need to take some form of action or treatment.
We are talking about adapting honeybees, Surplus secrets and International Podcast Day. This is Episode Seventy Eight of our beekeeping podcast.
Ashlee Robison is a Senior Chemistry Major studying at Fort Lewis College in Colorado. She is doing research into Thymol use in controlling Varroa Mites.
We have had great success with using the vaporizer to control varroa mites in our bee colonies, in this article we discuss the method involved in treating your bee hives successfully.
This week we are talking about Winter Storage, Mites may not be the issue and Beekeeping in Prisons. This is Episode One Hundred and Five of our beekeeping podcast.
This week we are talking about Dry weather causing chaos and the flow hive. This is Episode sixty six of our beekeeping podcast.
Sara is a qualified early childhood teacher and is passionate about bees and beekeeping and she loves to talk to children about bees and is known around Auckland as the “The Bee Lady”.
Powdered sugar shake – How to do a Powdered sugar shake to check the count of varroa mites living in your bee colony. A Step by step guide with thresholds.