Swarming Season. Bees play a huge roll on the production of our food and so as a beekeeper it is extremely important to take care of the hives and prevent any issues that can cause distress for the bees. There are a number of things that can cause the breakdown a colony of bees, one of those is a term called swarming. While there is an actual season that swarming occurs, but there are ways to prevent it.
This article comes from The Lovely Greens and it contains several valuable tips on how reduce the possibility that swarming that could potentially affect any of your hives. Swarming is an annual occurrence that usually happens between April and June and if you aren’t prepared it can be very devastating to your bee population and hives.
Benefits of reading of the What Every Beekeeper Should Know About Swarming Season
The author shared quite a bit of valuable information that will help any beekeeper deal with swarming
It talks about a number of conditions in the hive that can lead to swarming in your hives
It also includes ways to alleviate the most common causes of issues within the hive
It has several full color photos that provides a visual representation of some of the content