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.
Yes it’s that time to plan for the coming season, and in this article, as the sun sets on Summer we are talking about preparing for Autumn
The hosts of the kiwimana beekeeping podcast attempt to answer your burning beekeeping questions. Join us with your question on Blab.
In part 2 of the article we answer the question “Can vaporising Oxalic acid crystals with the Robinson Vaporiser control your Varroa Mites?”
In this episode we are talking about Maybe that new treatment isn’t the best for your bees, Bees, Bright colours, the buzzwords in Gardening and Welsh bees invade Manchester streets.
Charlotte Anderson is the first Female Master Beekeeper from South Carolina, she is also a Blogger and a Teacher. In 2012 she was named Beekeeper of the year in South Carolina. We talk about how she keeps bees successfully in the hot climate of South Carolina.
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.
We starting selling a new beekeeping product a couple of weeks back, “The Robinson Vaporiser”, we have conducted the following test to see if it works as designed. Here is our observations and how you use the vaporiser.
Have your bees got Deformed Wing Virus, Margaret discusses what she has done to reduce this in your hives using OAV.
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.
We went up to the Whangareri Bee Club today to do a presentation about the Robinson Vaporiser. This was the clubs first meeting in January and there was great turn out indeed…
Well it was a nice spring morning, a little crispy but after last night’s thunder and lightning in Auckland – we were both happily surprised that the day was starting out so well.
…off we went…got in to the kiwimana mobile nick-named “The Beehive” …’cause it’s white and usually full of bees 🙂 …then headed south ….to the Franklin Bee Club…