Bee hives removal tips - Bee pollen benefits

Identifying Bee Species

You need not be an entomologist to identify different types of bee species. Although there are more than 20,000 different types of bees recorded and classified until date, you can differentiate a few common and important ones just by looking at their external appearance or their habitat. Bees are grouped under order Hymenoptera. They belong to the sub order Apocrita.More...

Bee Hives Removal Tips

Bee Hives Removal Tips

Bees are naturally attracted to places that have numerous trees. If provoked, they can turn out to be quite aggressive. They are extremely active at day time and move in groups when threatened. Removing a beehive is a risky job unless you know the dos and don’ts involved in the procedure.More...

 

 

Bee Sting Treatment

Bee Sting Treatment

A bee sting can cause a mild or severe attack depending on the person’s immune system. Some people can escape with mild side effects like redness, itching, and pain. Others can suffer from severe side effects like breathing problems, suffocation, wheezing and asthma. Death is imminent in such cases. When the bee comes in contact with your skin, it places a barbed stinger and firmly adheres it to the skin surface.More...

 

 

Honey Bee Facts

Honey Bee Facts

Honeybees are one of the hardest working insects on earth. They collect nectar and build hives in the most systematic manner. They convert nectar into a digestive substance called honey with the help of enzymes. Honey is widely known for its healing and nourishing properties makes it indispensable. In fact, man has never been able to produce a complete substitute for honey until date.More...

 

 

How To Build Bee Hives ?

How To Build Bee Hives ?

Bees are a great tool for pollination. If you have a huge garden or a large piece of land with numerous trees, then cross-pollination becomes crucial for the plants to reproduce and grow. Bees along with insects and other flies help in carrying sperms off the pollen stalk from the male flower and place them on the stigma of the female flower. If the process is successful, the sperms will fuse with the egg and form an embryo. This can develop into a flower or a seed/fruit helping in further propagation. You can build your very own beehive for this purpose.More...