Nothing is as Australian as Vegemite on toast, but what if that was all you ate for every meal, every day?
If that doesn’t sound very … Read More
diet diversity, mononoculture, nutrition, pollination, remnant vegetation, weeds
Managing your hives, Nutrition, Pollination
Honey bees eat nectar (carbohydrates) and pollen (protein). Simple. But we can make it more complex: amino acids, fats, minerals and vitamins.
Colonies will perish within … Read More
carbohydrate, diet, fat, minerals, nutrition, pollen, protein, supplements, vitamins
Managing your hives, Nutrition
Honey bee populations have declined in many parts of the globe, with pests and diseases being a major cause. An Agrifutures Australia project, led by … Read More
autumn, hive management, nosema, nutrition, pollen
Managing your hives, Nutrition, Pests and diseases
By definition honey is a “natural sweet substance produced by honey bees from the nectar of blossoms … which honey bees collect, transform and combine … Read More
biosecurity, hive management, nosema, nutrition, pollen, sugar, supplementary feeding
Code of Practice, Managing your hives, Nutrition, Pests and diseases