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  • Tips To Choose Bee Suit
    Tips To Choose Bee Suit
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    A beekeeping suit is the first equipment that one will require as a beekeeper. The ideal protection clothing must be comfy to wear, should give you surpassing visibility and adequate protection to feel confident and secure around the bees. Here we will explore several kinds of beekeeping clothing, and you will be able to pick the ideal beekeeping suit.

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  • Top Best Honey Extractors in the Market
    Top Best Honey Extractors in the Market
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    A honey extractor is a very useful thing when it comes to honey extraction from the honeycomb. A great extractor will make your work easy and more efficient. There are several honey extractors available in the market, but it becomes very difficult when it comes to buying one. Here is a list of some of the best honey extractors which are best in their jobs and are tested by many professionals.

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  • How To Safely Provide Water To Bees
    How To Safely Provide Water To Bees
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    Water is a very important requirement of life and without it, life is not possible. All organism needs water to survive. Like other animals, honey bees also need water source year-round. Honey bees require a water source that should not get dry in summers, should not drown them and should not be shared with other pets. Honey bees not only use the water to drink but also use it for other reasons too. In summer, bees spread the water droplets at the boundaries of brood comb and with the help of...

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  • What Are The Benefits Of Using Propils
    What Are The Benefits Of Using Propils
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    We all are aware that bees produce honey and are very beneficial to us but, do we know there is one more thing that bee’s produce called Propolis. Propolis is basically a gum kind of substance which is made by mixing the juice taken from trees and beeswax. With this combination, they create a sticky brown product used mainly to coat their hives. The configuration of propolis may fluctuate depending on the bee’s location and what kind of plant or tree they are taking the gum or resin from....

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  • How To Survive Nectar Dearth In Beekeeping
    How To Survive Nectar Dearth In Beekeeping
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    What is Nectar Dearth? Nectar dearth can be an extremely destructive thing for any bee colony and every beekeeper from experienced ones to the beginners needs to know how to control it. Nectar dearth is a very common cause for the destruction of a bee colony. This can have a really bad effect on your business.

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  • Why You Should Paint Your Beehive
    Why You Should Paint Your Beehive
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    You must have seen beekeepers painting their hives but do you know the reason why they use to paint the beehive, how they paint and what kind of paint colors they use. If you also want to paint your beehive but you don’t know how to paint it and what kind of paint is safe for your bees then continue reading this article. Today we are going to tell you everything you need to know about painting your beehives.

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  • What Is The Difference Between Bees And Wasp
    What Is The Difference Between Bees And Wasp
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    Bees are those tiny flying creatures best known for pollination and closely related to wasps. Bees belong to the superfamily Apoidea. Today there are 16000 known species of bees. The most fascinating thing about the bees is that they are found everywhere except Antarctica. Some species of bees like honey bees, sting bees and bumblebee tend to live in colonies. Bees generally feed on nectar and pollen where nectar is considered to provide energy and pollen supply important nutrients such as...

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  • How Do Your Bees Reproduce?
    How Do Your Bees Reproduce?
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    Honey bees are interesting creatures and yet are very less talked about. And so, knowing anything at all about them is very scarce. So, today, let us see about the most important and beautiful process of reproduction in honey bees. Here is a brief light on how do your bees reproduce.

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  • How to Store Bee Bread and Bee Pollen?
    How to Store Bee Bread and Bee Pollen?
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    Bee bread and bee pollen are mentioned a lot of times but has anyone mentioned that if not stored properly, these items will degrade and become unusable. So, how to store them? If your interest lies in the honey collection, then this might be your number one question. So, in this article, let us find out all about how to store bee bread and bee pollen.

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  • What Is A Natural Comb?
    What Is A Natural Comb?
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    A natural honey bee comb is a hexagonal beeswax cell that is used to fill the beehive for apiculture. A natural comb is built by honey bees in their hive to reproduce their young ones and store pollen and honey. Beekeepers generally remove the entire honeycomb to extract honey.

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  • Foundationless Beekeeping- How To Convert To Natural Beekeeping
    Foundationless Beekeeping- How To Convert To Natural Beekeeping
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    Foundation less beekeeping is all about making bees to build straight combs. While starting beekeeping, many questions and choices surround us to confuse. Therefore adequate knowledge about every aspect of beekeeping is necessary. It is important that any culture should give more returns as compared to investment then only it can be called as a profitable business to rely on. A little bit of skills and strategies blended with awareness can produce excellent results unexpectedly.

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  • How To Use A Beehive Entrance Reducer
    How To Use A Beehive Entrance Reducer
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    The beehive entrance reducer is an important thing which can be used in a beehive for a variety of reasons. If you don’t know what a beehive entrance reducer is, why and how it is used in a beehive, then this article is for you. The most common reason behind using an entrance reducer is that if there are chances of outside bee attacking your beehive. It is also to maintain thermoregulation of the beehive. The beehive entrance reducer is installed at the entrance of the hive. This makes the...

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