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Beekeeper Zoran Krstic
ARTICLE #7 | Oct 24, 2014 | 0 comments
Thinking of my own beginnings, beekepers’ advice and implementing my current experience, I will try to help young beekeepers start practicing this branch of agriculture. Every beginning is hard, so is this one. It requires, at the beginning as well as later, constant learning and improvement.
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ARTICLE #6 | Nov 17, 2013 | 0 comments
The worker is a female bee without the full reproductive capacity. It hatches out of the fertilized egg and it takes 21 days from the moment eggs are laid to the moment they hatch. It performs all the work in the bee colony: feed the brood, collects nectar, pollen, propolis (bee-glue), ...
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ARTICLE #5 | Nov 09, 2013 | 0 comments
The drone hatches from unfertilized eggs out of drone cells. Their task in the bee colony is to mate with the queen bee. Additionally, drones enhance work in the bee colony and produce part of the heat for heating of the brood. When the drone is 12 days old it is capable of fertilizing the queen bee.
Beekeeper Zoran Krstic
ARTICLE #4 | Oct 27, 2013 | 3 comments
Every job that you do requires love. So does beekeeping. What is most important is that you get rid of the beginner’s fear of working with bees, and that you are not allergic to their sting. If you get only a swelling, redness and itchiness after a sting, this is just a normal reaction and in time you will become immune to it.
Beekeeper Roberto Gallo
ARTICLE #3 | Oct 19, 2013 | 0 comments
Burrowing Bee is one of the biggest bees in the world with a size as large as 2.6cm, compared to the honey bee which reaches 1.2-1.4cm. The Burrowing bee is a very rare species which lives in the western part of Australia and has a very unusual lifestyle.
Beekeeper Beekeeping Administrator
ARTICLE #2 | Oct 12, 2013 | 0 comments
The beehive is a “home” for bees in which a man places bee colonies for easier manipulation. Long ago people had to smother bees in order to reach the honey. The development of beekeeping has brought new findings, so there are now numerous types of beehives. Today beehives are irreplaceable means of beekeeping.
Beekeeper Beekeeping Administrator
ARTICLE #1 | Oct 10, 2013 | 5 comments
The queen bee is the only fertile female in the bee colony, whose task is to lay eggs, thus enabling the survival of the colony, as well as keeping together the bee colony by secreting pheromones. Females (workers and queens) develop from fertilized eggs, while males (drones) develop from unfertilized.
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