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.
This week we are talking about new weed killer causes a stink, criminal elements, and New Zealand beekeeper found not guilty. This is Episode One hundred and Fourteen of our beekeeping podcast.
Borage – The history of this great plant that bees all around the world love. If you want to help the bees plant some borage for them. Read this article to learn more about this fantastic plant.
Merry Christmas!!! In show we discuss Beekeeping tips, what an Egyptian beekeeper is up too and Seven plants that bring in the honey bees.
We are honored to talk to Tom Theobald. Tom is an advocate for the bees and has been involved in the campaign to save the bees in America. He is passionate about saving the bees and getting government regulators to ban dangerous pesticides such as the neonicotinoid class of pesticides.
Time to Reflect – This post is about our reflections on the year that has gone by with a listing of our top blog posts and top podcasts.
Paul Berry is a commercial beekeeper who manages his bee organically, he also discuss his mead making at Sting Meadery.
Les Crowder is a Beekeeper originally from New Mexico, he has devoted his adult life to the study and care of honeybees. He is dedicated to finding organic and natural solutions for problems commonly treated with chemicals.
We talk to Dr Henk Tennekes about why Neonicotinoids are a Disaster in the making and what we can all do about it.
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.
2013 Bee Season starts now, Margaret talks about the start of the season….