Having recently mentioned queens, our July edition has an interesting and detailed article from ‘Down Under’ on this topic describing how our Australian reporter approaches this. 

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Hard as it is to believe, already the days are starting to get shorter and hopefully there will be more forage for our bees now that the ‘June gap’ has passed.  This will vary depending on where you are in the UK.  

Are you now thinking about preparing your colonies for a trip to the heather? Need some tips?  Check back to our June edition for Graham’s article or if you want to get more heavily involved in the production of heather honey, our publication ‘Heather Honey- A Comprehensive Guide’ is highly recommended.

 

 

 

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