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Bee Space Is Important   Traditional hive parts are made from wood. The design and dimension of hive parts are based on the concept of...

Bee Space Is Important Traditional hive parts are made from wood. The design and dimension of hive parts are based on the concept of.

This post may contain affiliate links for your convenience. Thank you for your continued support of Lovely Greens! Earlier this year I decided to try an experiment based on some intriguing photos I spotted online. A few beekeepers in the USA have had success in putting mason jars into hives and allowing the honeybees to build comb straight …

Honeycomb in Jars

Beekeeping tip: How to encourage honeybees to build honeycomb inside glass jars. via Lovely Greens

This is a diagram of a Langstroth Hive. It looks a lot more complicated than it really is.

Beekeeping 101: Building a Hive

The Langstroth Top-bar    by Albert Chubak     Top Bar Beehive Hive by Eco Bee Box     There are no awards contest in the beekeeping wor...

The Langstroth Top-bar by Albert Chubak Top Bar Beehive Hive by Eco Bee Box There are no awards contest in the beekeeping wor.

This is a diagram of a Langstroth Hive. It looks a lot more complicated than it really is.

Beekeeping 101: Building a Hive

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Honey On Tap Extracts Honey Without Disturbing Bees - Raises 6 Million Dollars

Honey On Tap Extracts Honey Without Disturbing Bees - Raises 6 Million Dollars -

10 Mistakes New Beekeepers Make

Many new beekeepers learn things the hard way. As a beekeeping instructor, it’s my job to keep my students from meeting this all too common fate!

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How to Build a Beehive

Although the goal of backyard beekeeping may be harvesting the tasty honey, there's another benefit to gardeners.

Two-queen systems designed to manage and increase honey production have been used extensively, but have not been adopted on a large industrial scale

Two-queen systems yield lots of honey

The two-queen systems described here are horizontal, in that two colonies are placed side by side so they can share a common set of supers.

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