Existen múltiples problemas que pueden afectar negativamente a las abejas de miel occidentales. Estos problemas pueden incluir la falta de recursos como las flores, condiciones climáticas adversas, enfermedades, uso inadecuado de pesticidas ... READ MORE
There are multiples problems that can harm the Western Honeybees. These problems can include a lack of resources such as flowers, harsh weather conditions, diseases, inadequate used of pesticides, and pest infestations such as Small Hive ... READ MORE
THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR LIVING
Our native sabal palm (Sabal palmetto) is a treasure. It has been used by the Native Americans for centuries to provide food, shelter and other useful items. It is considered a "Tree of Life" in their cultures.
An ... READ MORE
2021 Virtual Farm Tour Video: Day 6
2021 Virtual Farm Tour Day 6: Dennis the Bee Guy
What is pollination?
Pollination starts with the flower. There are female flowers, male flowers or flowers that have both female and male parts. Male flowers ... READ MORE
Lauren Roberts, first-year entomology and nematology student, has had the support of the Gator Nation in developing a project that is now recognized as top in the nation.
This week, the 93rd National FFA Convention and Expo is celebrating ... READ MORE
Did you know that each honeybee produces a mere teaspoon of honey during its lifetime, but they are still one of the major contributors to our food resources? Were you aware that 80% of the food consumed in America is directly or indirectly ... READ MORE
The incredible honey bee
There is nothing quite like a the honey bee. They are one of natures great pollinators. While doing that job they store wonderful honey. They also store pollen, form propolis and they produce something called royal ... READ MORE
It’s harvest season for local spring honey! With the growing popularity of this natural sweetener, honey marketing is filled with trendy buzz-words and confusing claims. Here are a few facts about honey to help you.
How bees make honey ... READ MORE
Wednesday, April 18, 10 a.m.
Yulee County Building
86026 Pages Dairy Road.
(Take US 17 North, pass over the railroad tracks, turn left on Pages Dairy Road. The building is attached to the fire station.)
86026 Pages Dairy ... READ MORE
The first Wednesday of every month, the Seminole County Beekeepers Association meets at the UF/IFAS Extension Seminole County Auditorium. The group shares lessons, stories, techniques, successes, struggles, and immense passion for keeping bees. ... READ MORE