Category: Bee removal

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Bumble bee trap

Bumble bee trap

It is better to learn and catch bumble bees in nature during flowering of plants.  Traps for bumblebees During flowering bumble bee long stays on the flower and, as a rule, does not notice a person. So to catch a bumblebee …

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Bee traps homemade

Bee traps homemade

The design of traps Making bee traps homemade you need to pay attention to such factors: the size of the trap, the smell, the richness of grasslands, the distance to the water. What trap is better? According to some observations, …

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How to make a bee trap

Bee catchers - how to make a bee trap (20)

 Today we bring to your attention the step by step instructions on how to make a bee trap for the standard framework of Dadan. Here you can see the drawing pattern of bee catchers, learn what tools and materials are needed for …

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Shipping bees

Package bees for sale - shipping bees (4)

When transporting bees greatly worried. Nest temperature rises sharply, causing brood may be worn out, cells break off and the swinging frame crush the bees and the queen. To avoid this, you must carefully package bees for sale or transport. In order to prevent breaks of …

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Bee smoker – honey equipment

Bee smoker - honey equipment (3)

Smoker for bees – a device that allows the beekeeper to create and send a stream of smoke to the right place. Bee smoker has a simple structure: a metal cylinder – this is a furnace, which burns coal and generates smoke, small …

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Bee hives removal

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Anyone who knows what a honey bee or wasp sting, is aware how much it hurts, and often dangerous. Usually honey bee or wasp sting can cause pain, redness and slight swelling of the bite. But if an insect stings a person …

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Bee remover

Honey bees removal - guide to beekeeping (3)

During the main honey flow beekeepers pump honey on apiaries. For convenience, they construct a temporary work area or just pitch a tent near the apiary. Sometimes, in small apiaries honey pumping occurs after the extensions are removed, the empty cells immediately are put …

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