keeping healthy bees

13 January 2023

For keeping healthy bees, good practices are essential. On the other hand, there isn’t a 100% guarantee that your colonies will always be healthy only because do everything right. This is the harsh reality I’m afraid. Nonetheless, there are a lot of things we can do to keep honey bee colonies healthy. In the honey…

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keeping healthy bees

7 January 2023

Most beekeepers have colony losses in winter. This is something that happens even to the best beekeepers. Winter, after all, is the bottleneck for colony survival. However, there are some factors that you can control to keep colony losses as low as possible. First of all, you have to know about the causes for colonies…

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bee season, Inside BeeSafe

23 December 2022

As a business owner, sometimes you have to take a step back and review what you do. Assess if it’s still serving what you want to achieve. My mission is bee health, science backed, to “save the bees” by providing them what they need. I’m doing this for almost 10 years now. When I founded…

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keeping healthy bees

2 December 2022

I often get the question “what do you do with the bees in winter?”. People assume that I have a half-year vacation every year – you don’t see bees when it’s cold, right? But actually, winter is a crucial phase of the bee year. Honey bees aren’t as inactive as it may seem from the…

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bee season, Inside BeeSafe

14 October 2022

The bee season is coming to an end. It was a busy one for me, especially at the end. I’m still engaged in a study, but the winter months will be not that full of work. At least not in the field. Talking to a colleague, I noticed that I rarely talk about my work…

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keeping healthy bees

18 June 2022

In the past years, I’ve often thought that many problems would at least be smaller if people had more knowledge, more education. I don’t mean years at school. It’s more the capacity of critical thinking, of common sense that I miss. Or recognizing that things are a little bit more complex than the black or…

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