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Autopsy of Eastern Shadow; a Thriving Honey Bee Hive

Eastern Shadow Hive was alive and healthy as of January 2015, when during a few of the warm days, I watched a good number of honey bees come out for cleansing flights and bring out the dead that had fallen to the bottom of the Hive.  601 more words


'I think everybody there got stung.' Tractor-trailer filled with honeybees overturns on highway near Seattle

LYNNWOOD, Wash. — A tractor-trailer carrying millions of honeybees overturned on a highway north of Seattle early Friday, scattering hives and sending white-suited beekeepers scrambling to save as many insects as they could. 328 more words


Taking Stock

It is a huge difference to be engaging in the new beekeeping season following this very difficult winter, finding mixed results in the over-wintered hives. It is now my pleasure to delight in the sightings of eggs, larvae and capped brood. 744 more words

Thoughts On Beekeeping

In Production Today, April 2015

Here’s my subtropical food garden’s current autumn menu. Plants marked with an asterisk are volunteers, that is they are self-sown. Currently I have 38 different volunteer crops. 1,211 more words


The Bees Bees

Your experience with bees may or may not have been the most pleasant if you have been stung by one. The thing about bees is they actually sting someone when they feel threatened or are in distress. 2,338 more words


A Century of Honeybees

Our Master Gardener program visited the Bayer Bee Care Center to learn about the research they conduct and what we can all do to help honeybees. 125 more words

Garden Management