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.

Bee Sweet Honey Farms LLC. uses poultry to maintain a clean beeyard. Chickens help protect our colonies from mites and other predatory insects; as opposed to using chemicals and pesticides.

Bee Sweet Honey Farms LLC. uses poultry to maintain a clean beeyard. Chickens help protect our colonies from mites and other predatory insects; as opposed to using chemicals and pesticides.

Grow your backyard chicken food in a DIY perennial permaculture garden. Free food & shade for the chickens in the edible landscaping right outside their coop. Growing chicken food will save you money.

Grow your backyard chicken food in a DIY perennial permaculture garden. Free food & shade for the chickens in the edible landscaping right outside their coop. Growing chicken food will save you money.

small greenhouse made from old antique windows, diy, gardening, repurposing upcycling, woodworking projects

small greenhouse made from old antique windows, diy, gardening, repurposing upcycling, woodworking projects

Using Essential Oils for #Honeybees. Three primary essential oils are useful in #beekeeping: lemongrass, spearmint and thyme. Other oils such as wintergreen, spearmint and tea tree oil are also used in some formulations.

Using Essential Oils for #Honeybees. Three primary essential oils are useful in #beekeeping: lemongrass, spearmint and thyme. Other oils such as wintergreen, spearmint and tea tree oil are also used in some formulations.

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