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Scientists around the country are investigating several possible causes of Colony Collapse Disorder, including pesticides, viruses, genetically modified crops and even cell phones. One West Virginia University said he is certain that at least 70 percent of the CCD is caused by tiny mites, roughly the size of a sesame seed, and the pathogens they carry.

Scientists around the country are investigating several possible causes of Colony Collapse Disorder, including pesticides, viruses, genetically modified crops and even cell phones. One West Virginia University said he is certain that at least 70 percent of the CCD is caused by tiny mites, roughly the size of a sesame seed, and the pathogens they carry.

Making a swarm lure: 1/4 cup olive oil, a wad of beeswax (1/2 of a sheet of foundation), and about 20 drops of lemongrass oil.

Making a swarm lure: 1/4 cup olive oil, a wad of beeswax (1/2 of a sheet of foundation), and about 20 drops of lemongrass oil.

Attracting swarms to get free bees - Corujas Blog

Attracting swarms to get free bees - Corujas Blog

Tolle DIY-Trittsteine mit Glasperlen!

Tolle DIY-Trittsteine mit Glasperlen!

Nachtleuchtendes Mosaik! Leuchtet bis in die Nacht hinein. Der Mix aus…

Nachtleuchtendes Mosaik! Leuchtet bis in die Nacht hinein. Der Mix aus…

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Evans cedar bee hives. I'll bet hive boxes made out of cedar would be such a great way to combat wax moths during storage. More

Evans cedar bee hives. I'll bet hive boxes made out of cedar would be such a great way to combat wax moths during storage. More

Insulating bee hives for winter - EcoRenovator Honestly? If the wall of the hives is 25mm +, there is no need for insulation The bees manage even very low temperatures. German research institutes don't recommend it at all. Also the bottom should be open with a grating all the time!

Insulating bee hives for winter - EcoRenovator Honestly? If the wall of the hives is 25mm +, there is no need for insulation The bees manage even very low temperatures. German research institutes don't recommend it at all. Also the bottom should be open with a grating all the time!