In this episode we talk about a Honeybee Corridor and can American Foul brood be cured. We also have roving reporters checking in from New Zealand and the United States of America.
In this episode we talk about hive vandals up North and another reason why Glyphosate isn’t great for your bees. We also have roving reporters checking in from Australia and England. And Hollywood came to kiwimana HQ.
In this episode we learn about an Iranian startup creating Smart Beehives and why are bees dying in South Dakota.
This is Episode One hundred and forty seven of our beekeeping show – Setting up a Hive. In this show we answer questions about Setting up a Hive, Preparing for Winter and dealing with Nasty Bees.
How do we winter down ? We run our Beehive colonies with two full-depth boxes on the first and second levels. We consider the second hive box to be a “multi-use” box. In Spring it’s there to allow the queen to lay freely to deal with natural bee population increase also so the population […]
In this episode we talk about why the Ministry of Primary industries is taking a honey producer to court and the European Union may be changing its stance on Bee-killing pesticides. Kiwimana roving reporters checking in from Australia, United States of America and the United Kingdom.
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 discussing if Honey and Diabetes are a good combo and some naughty Bees make an uninvited visit to the Henderson Police Station. We also have Roving Reporters reported in from North Carolina, Poland, Texas and Indiana.
In 2006 Nick Wallingford released a series of podcasts about the history of Beekeeping in New Zealand. Here are the episodes for your listening pleasure.
Merry Christmas!!! In show we discuss Beekeeping tips, what an Egyptian beekeeper is up too and Seven plants that bring in the honey bees.