May and June is a fertile time for bees. The weather is warm and humid, nature literally smells of flowering trees, fields and flowers and there is no shortage of nectar. At this time, the instinct of reproduction makes itself felt - the bees have a "marriage time". In late April and early May, the … Continue reading Swarming
The variety of honey depends on what honey plant the bees collected nectar. In May, the main spring honey plant - acacia begins to blossom. Her lush bunches fill the air with a fragrant light aroma and turn her head. Now the bees are working tirelessly, filling honeycombs in the hive with transparent acacia honey. … Continue reading The magic of acacia honey
In May, warm and affectionate weather: sunny days alternate with rare thunderstorms and life-giving downpours. In nature everything blooms: gardens, fields, flowers. May is the time when hot and sultry summer has not yet come into its own, and spring no longer brings unpleasant surprises with night frosts and sudden cold snaps. May is a … Continue reading What happens in the apiary in May?
It's not enough to choose a good honey, you need to keep it. With proper storage, honey does not lose its qualities for millennia! You say that this is a little wisdom? Let's figure this out! What should I store? Glass jar. Honey is a very active product, which tries to interact with everything that … Continue reading How to store honey correctly?