Bees & Beekeeping in the News
Zambia: Chinese Firm Bails Out Miombo Beekeepers - AllAfrica.com
Zambia: Chinese Firm Bails Out Miombo Beekeepers
A CHINESE firm has started buying honey from the Miombo Forest beekeepers in Mpongwe District on the Copperbelt Province. The beekeepers were stuck with over 90,000 tonnes of honey due to lack of market. This followed the termination of a contract ...
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Innovative Flow Hive beekeeping invention wins nation's top design gong - ABC Online
ABC OnlineInnovative Flow Hive beekeeping invention wins nation's top design gong
"Which means because half our orders were for people who hadn't kept bees before, many of them were experienced but hadn't kept their own, that means maybe 10,000 to 15,000 new beekeepers around the world," Mr Anderson said. "Which I'm very ...
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Urban beekeeping is more important than you think - The Weather Network
The Weather NetworkUrban beekeeping is more important than you think
The Weather Network
Urban beekeeping is the practice of maintaining bee colonies within urban areas. Urban beekeepers closely manage their hives on a daily basis and protect them against harsh winters. Beekeepers help raise bees for their honey production and various hive ...
East Troy beekeeper not just in it for the honey
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Tanzania: Kagera Opts for Beekeeping - AllAfrica.com
Beekeepers rejoice as karri forest in full bloom for first time in decades - ABC Online
ABC OnlineBeekeepers rejoice as karri forest in full bloom for first time in decades
There is a buzz about a Western Australian karri forest that has not been heard for nearly 50 years. The giant trees near Pemberton only flower once every seven to 10 years but this season, there is a uniform budding across the whole forest and the ...
Why did US beekeepers lose almost half of all honeybee colonies in 2015? - Genetic Literacy Project
Why did US beekeepers lose almost half of all honeybee colonies in 2015?
Genetic Literacy Project
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. “Beekeepers lost 44 percent of honeybee colonies last year.” The headline, based on a new U.S. Department of Agriculture Report, is meant to make ...
Canberra beekeepers put on notice in bid to improve biosecurity - The Canberra Times
The Canberra TimesCanberra beekeepers put on notice in bid to improve biosecurity
The Canberra Times
Beekeeping has become an increasingly popular activity in Canberra, with the association boasting close to 300 members. Beekeepers must comply with a code of practice in residential areas and maintain records for the sale or disposal of their bees or ...
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Deciphering the mysterious decline of honey bees
COUNTY NEWS: Warning issued after swarming bees are killed
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USDA Analysis: US Beekeepers Lose A Staggering 44% of Hives in 2015-16 - EnviroNews (registration) (blog)
EnviroNews (registration) (blog)USDA Analysis: US Beekeepers Lose A Staggering 44% of Hives in 2015-16
EnviroNews (registration) (blog)
The research also shows beekeepers suffered unsustainable losses over the summer season as well — 28%, making 2015-16 one of the most devastating years for American bees ever, with losses totaling 44% — a number that represents the second highest ...
Killer-bee-filled hive found in Charleston County
Africanized honey bees destroyed in Charleston County
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Beekeeping generates buzz - Agri News
Agri NewsBeekeeping generates buzz
MURPHYSBORO, Ill. — Following decades of concern over dwindling honey bee populations, a healthy increase in beekeeping is popping up across Illinois. This time of year is popular for bee field days as beekeepers check on the health of their hives and ...
A Beekeepers Importance + HONEY + UnBEElievably Sweet News for Spring
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World Bee Day on May 20: Slovenia wants People to Know Value of Bees
Honey bee colonies continue to drop
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African beekeeping stops mites wiping out hives - SciDev.Net
SciDev.NetAfrican beekeeping stops mites wiping out hives
Unlike Western beekeepers, African ones allow bees to abandon hives. Most mites are left behind when this happens. 306. Shares. Traditional African beekeeping methods offer better protection against hive-destroying varroa mites than pesticides which, ...
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