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Apiary Management Practices for Beekeepers

Get your bees ready for the winter season

As the fall settles in, it’s time to get your bees ready for the winter season.🐝 It is a busy season because your focus is centered around preparing the hives for the overwintering period and finishing your tasks before the first signs of winter. Follow these simple measures to ensure safety for your bees during the following months.

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How to assess if you have a strong colony

A fresh beekeeper must know how to assess his hive’s strength. Be on the lookout for the following signs of a strong colony. The number of bees in the hive: observe the bees hanging on the tops of the frames, the brood comb covered with nurse bees. In the honey supers, you should also notice bees. The more bees you see, the stronger your colony is.

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What to track during inspections

When starting as a beekeeper, you should decide how you’re going to track your beehives. During every inspection, things change gradually, rather than rapidly, so beekeepers need to identify different situations at a detailed level, in their hives. What should you track during every inspection?

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Tips for choosing the perfect beehive location

Before setting up your hives and welcoming your new bees in their home, take a look around you and choose the proper spot that will suit your bees the best. What are the aspects that you should take into consideration?

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How to deal with the Asian hornet

The Asian giant hornet is considered to be a serious threat to the declining bee colonies within the United States, where they put their mark recently. Commonly found in Asia, these murderous hornets are most dangerous in late summer and early fall.

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Discover the early signs of American Foulbrood (AFB)

American foulbrood (AFB), a highly infectious bee disease is the most widespread and destructive of the bee brood diseases. It is essential to adopt beekeeping best management practices in order to stop infections from occuring. Here are some best practices meant to help with AFB.

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