Beekeeping With Honey Bees – This Isn’t The Only Type Of Beekeeping
Article by Mclean Dearth
Beekeeping with honey bees is the usual type of beekeeping done all over the world. In the United States, North Dakota, California, South Dakota, and Florida are the states responsible for producing the most honey every year. An average person consumes 1.3 pounds of honey every year, which is the nectar taken from at least 2 million flowers. Honey is used for a variety of uses such as a cure for ailments, as an energy booster, and even to add shine to one’s hair.… Continue reading
Essential Beekeeper Supplies
Article by Michael V. Taylor
If you are looking to dive into beekeeping, you have probably got a lot of background by now about the bees, their environment, their nature, and everything that is required to get started and get the best results. One of the things that will eat away into your thoughts is the beekeeper supplies and where to get them.
Before you make the jump, you got to have the right kind of beekeeping supplies to ensure that you are adequately prepared. Here are the basic things you need:
First, you need to have… Continue reading
Is Bee Pollen a Good Source of Vitamin C?
Article by Tara Mathews
One of the most popular supplements available is bee pollen. Is there enough of a bee pollen vitamin C content to make this substance a good source of this vitamin?
One thing for sure is that this amazing natural substance is a source of many different vitamins, minerals and nutrients. In fact, many health food experts consider it to be a super food as it contains practically everything needed for life. However, it is recommended that you do not live on bee pollen alone.
Vitamin C is… Continue reading
Article by Bryan
Build Your Own Backyard Beehive And Have It Ready For Your Own Honeybee Colony In Less Than One Afternoon With The Warre Garden Hive Construction Guide 2.0!Imagine that you are sitting on your deck enjoying the sun on a summer afternoon. You can see the red and green of your tomato plants in your garden.Imagine that you are sitting on your deck enjoying the sun on a summer afternoon. You can see the red and green of your tomato plants in your gardenImagine that you are… Continue reading
Get Rid Bees On Your Own
Article by Ma. Theresa Galan
Contrary to what their stingers may suggest, bees are actually very helpful to growing flowers and vegetables that don’t attack unless provoked. But because their stinging can still pose a threat to some (especially those with bee allergies), getting rid of bees becomes a major priority for those looking to keep their home a safe a place.
There are several ways to get rid of bees on your own without hiring a professional exterminator or spending a ton of money on expensive pesticides, unless you have a debilitating bee… Continue reading
Article by Kala Thornton
Bees exist in a collective. Think borg. They are a collective that does the bidding of the queen. Most of the bees in the collective are female workers. They do most of the labor, collecting nectar, water, and other items needed for the survival of the colony. Then, there are drones, and finally the queen. There is only a single queen per collective, and she can lay up to 2,000 eggs per day. If another queen is hatched, she can begin her very own colony.… Continue reading
The Vital Beekeeper Supplies List
Article by Michael V. Taylor
Beekeeping is a delicate hobby or activity and you need to get it right. If you are just starting out and have probably not put a lot of thought into the requirements yet, you are headed for a dull show. Your beekeeping experience is going to be a robust and exciting (and stinging) one as you work the bees and wait for that sweet substance at the end of the show. You got to have a perfect blueprint.
An important part… Continue reading