In this article James talks about What to do with your bees or other pets when you go on holiday.
The honey flow has slowed down in most parts of New Zealand and hopefully you have taken all your honey supers off, and got your honey in jars for the winter months. The Time to Treat is here now, what are your plans???
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We decided to go away for Auckland anniversary weekend. So while I was out and out in the Coromandel bush pursuing another one of my hobbies (Locating treasure with a GPS device or Geocaching).
Apistan – Is a synthetic pyrethroid used to remove varroa mites in bee colonies, But should you still be using it?
This is the first of a series of blog posts from our new Guest Blogger from Ireland; Vanessa is a landscape Gardener and is passionate about gardening and bees. This is going to be Beekeeping/Gardening News from Ireland.
Welcome to the first Kiwimana buzz podcast.
We got up late today after a late night at an engagement party last night congrats to Ben and Lorelle. Anyway we stopped off at a cafe on the way and who should we run into but Tana Umaga the famous New Zealand All Black. We asked if we could take a photo with him,[…]Read More
In this podcast we talk to Sam Read from Plant and food about her study of Chelifers (Pseudoscorpions)
Happy New year to you are your family. We hope you are managing to have a restful time and have managed to take sometime out of your busy lives.
Here are some of the highlights this year…
The weather was good and the temperature was 22 degrees today, so I decided to inspect a couple of our hives. Days in which inspections can be done are becoming fewer and fewer, as New Zealand heads into winter. Here the summary of the inspections:- Swanson 1 Swanson is a bustling hive with around three[…]Read More
Went along to check on a hive at the Earthsong, which is an Eco-Neighbourhood project based in Ranui in West Auckland. For more information about this project please check out their web site http://www.earthsong.org.nz It seemed like a great place indeed very peaceful with loads of gardens about. Conny had asked us to come and[…]Read More