Monthly Archives: October 2016

Last Maintenance of the Season: To Do

A reminder that our region is starting to get cooler (minus those weird weekends that have peaked to Summer-like temperatures) and the rains are coming. We did our last hive maintenance of the year and will let them “bee” until … Continue reading

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California tightening rule on popular pesticide

From FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — California regulators say they’re tightening rules on how much farmers can use a potentially dangerous pesticide in the nation’s most productive agricultural state. Brian Leahy, director of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, told … Continue reading

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Fall Swarms

Fall swarms have been going on for a few weeks now. Usually they are pretty small swarms. This queen with only a few bees. 

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