Welcome to 2020 and Spring beekeeping. The goal here is to provide our friends and customers the opportunity to see actual beekeeping as part of sustainable self sufficient farming. The world can sometimes be a crazy place and just going out in the gardens to be with the bees can be calming. While you are perhaps stuck at home or isolated for other reasons, the bees can be a lot more entertaining than other things.
The problem with bees has been decline caused by mites. Every beehive in America has mites, but the truth about them can be read here: An inside look at how Varroa mite diet was discovered.
Pollination has begun and Spring nectar flows are turning into Summer nectar dearth in some areas as heavy rains have kept bees out of the blossoms and Spring blooms are washed away. Here at Beefield we've had more than seven straight days of rain and we are feeding bees in the hive.
We use TP-Link products for our Internet needs and our security needs. Here is the recommended camera that works!
Altamaha Beekeepers Association (Lyons)