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Beekeeping Barrier Management System for Pest and Disease Control

Beekeeping Barrier Management System

A structured approach in barrier management gives you the best results in pest and disease control. It allows you unique insights into the barriers you establish and their effectiveness. You are also able to follow up and monitor performance of the barriers with ease. The barrier management system for pest and disease control in your beekeeping operation makes the operation safe, with your better understanding of risks.

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Update 2021: How UK Schools Are Embracing Beekeeping?

The importance of bees around the world is huge. They are predominantly pollination insects. Bees have many enemies and the top is the human being. Although people love honey so much, most of them dread getting near bees. Chemicals like pesticides have caused some species of bees to go near extinct.  To save bees from extinction and harvest honey, people around the world have embraced beekeeping. A keen place to note is the UK schools, where some already have huge beekeeping projects. 

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Startup Idea: How to Organize Your First Apiary

If you carefully study human history, you will see that beekeeping has been here for a long time. Back in the day, it was one of the most popular and profitable occupations. Thus, people who had apiary could boast of good incomes and high status in society. Times have changed, and fewer people decide on such a step nowadays. Even though such an activity is not extremely time-consuming, it has some peculiarities not everyone is ready to deal with. So, it is worth spending some time going deep down the question to understand how much such a startup idea suits you and whether you are ready to give it a try.

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Why You Should Get a Dog at an Apiary

Why You Should Get a Dog at an Apiary

Pet owners try to do their best to eliminate situations when their four-legged friends may find themselves in danger. Bees are considered not the best company for a pet for obvious reasons. However, if you decide to start beekeeping, your dog may become your great helper. The main thing here is to follow safety rules. Why can it be useful to get a furry buddy at an apiary? In fact, you can get a double profit from such an idea. Firstly, your dog can help protect the hives from intruders, both animals and humans. This issue is still relevant nowadays, so it will not be superfluous to have someone who can warn you of imminent danger. You should just create comfortable conditions for your guard and provide it with the best food for senior dog. Secondly, the dog may help you with detection. This role is of great importance and requires a more detailed description.

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How to Fertilize Pasture?

Thinking of fertilizing your pasture? Not sure how to do it the right way? When you have horses it becomes mandatory to have a few acres of the land dedicated to pasture. Planting pasture not only reduces the feeding cost of the horses but also manages environmental issues like salinity, …

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Beekeeping Activities for Each Season – Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter

Beekeeping can present many daunting challenges for those who are not ready to tackle the effects of weather changes on the lives, and hives of bees. Every season of the year has its unique dos and don’ts for beekeeping processes. You not only have to be aware of the challenges you will face while caring for the bees and hives, but you also have to be prepared to adapt to the changes in the environment and their respective effect on the hives to ensure survival. Depending on where you live, there is a four-season cycle per year and its respective seasonal management activities for successful beekeeping are discussed in this article.

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