I live in Jupiter Farms, and have been feeding my bees for a while now and I am starting to wonder if I am may be overfeeding them. I cannot remember what the feed/no feed schedule should be. The number of bees in my hives has increased quite a bit, and they are devouring the sugar water about every 2 days. Do I withhold the sugar water from them for a while before replenishing it to make them get out there and hunt for food or just keep on feeding? Thanks. See More
From 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. There will be a check-in list.Well go over the basics such as:-Hive component assembly-How to catch a swarm-There will also be hands on for anyone who would like to give it a try-What you will see in the hive-Problems that ariseAlso, refreshments will be provided.Workshop sign up is now CLOSED!Please bring your bee suit or jacket and whatever else that make you comfortable around bees. See More
Susan Lerner will open her personal garden to beekeepers for a tour to see her use of native plants in that landscape.Visitors are asked to park on the green space across the street from Susan's Home.Also, plants for sale on premises.Please R.S.V.P. Free to Current paid 2017 members. Please note that if you have signed up to the website and was approved unfortunately that is not a current paid member. Current paid member has paid either the $ 20.00 annual…See More
"Hi Cindy, Hope you enjoy or web site. Our monthly meeting is this Friday and it should be another great time if you can make it. Don't forget to fill out the survey we have on the front page so the club understands…"
Hi Cindy, Hope you enjoy or web site. Our monthly meeting is this Friday and it should be another great time if you can make it. Don't forget to fill out the survey we have on the front page so the club understands your experience level. We have some really great members willing to share their experience and knowledge. We have some really good treats at our meetings. Feel free to bring your favorite treat for everyone to enjoy if you want. Bee Safe and Bee Happy !
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