Tagged: bees

Wax Moth Larva in Bee Hive and How To Prevent It

Wax moth larvae can be destructive and may quickly destroy the stored beeswax combs. They chew and tunnel through the combs, especially combs with contained pollen and brood. Populous and healthy honey bee colonies...

Free Honey Bee Disease Diagnosis Service

Honey bees are susceptible to all types of diseases. Varroa mite is a huge threat to European honey bees. Brood diseases including AFB or American foulbrood and EFB or European foulbrood affect honey bees...

Can Chickens and Honey Bees Co-Exist

Some of you might have heard that chickens and honeybees cannot coexist. It seems this myth spreads by the chicken keepers who’ve seen their birds catching and eating mice whole or battling with some...

Free Insurance For Beekeepers Bees

Do you have honeybees? If yes, did you know that there’s an insurance for honeybees? Well, a USDA program called Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honey Bees, and Farm-raised Fish, which stands for ELAP, provides...

DIY Carpenter Bee Trap

Bee traps are effective through employing brilliant and simple design principles. Carpenter bees have various habits compared to honey bees and bumble bees. Understanding such habits is what makes traps unprecedented in the removal...

How To Deter Carpenter Bees

Do you notice holes in your home’s wood soffit? Have you ever come home and noticed a woodpecker as it noisily tries tunneling into the eave? According to Witt Pest Management, a woodpecker is...

Bees Water Drinking Station for Garden Project - Homesteading

Bees Water Drinking Station for Garden Project

This Bees Water Drinking Station for Homestead Garden Project is super simple, inexpensive and can be put together within a half hour. Bees and Butterflies need a safe place to get a sip of...