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In this beekeeping 101 video course, you will discover beekeeping basics from an organic growing perspective. Enjoy these beekeeping videos brought to you by Jacob Wustner and Organic Life Guru.

This beekeeping basics 101 video is an excerpt from an online beekeeping course offering complete instruction on keeping honey bees using organic, natural and traditional beekeeping techniques.

Beekeeping 101 was created over the course of a summer in order to capture a full season with the bees including lots of hands-on time in the hive. The course is intended to be a thorough introduction to keeping bees so that upon completion, the student can confidently start their own treatment-free honey bee hive. Taught from a permaculture perspective, this course will teach you a wholistic approach to beekeeping that considers the natural ecology of honey bees and agriculture.

Beekeeping 101 covers it all from basic honey bee physiology and biology to extracting honey and preparing your hive for winter. In this course you will learn about different kinds of honey bees and equipment and where to get it. You’ll learn about bloom and brood cycles, swarms, hive site placement, queens and re-queening, planning your honey harvest, extracting honey and crushing comb, combining hives and much more. In addition Jacob will share with you his philosophies on disease, disease treatment, feeding, and small-cell beekeeping. As this course was filmed over the course of the summer season, lesson topics follow the flow of the season.

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Beekeeping is enjoyable and satisfying, whether you’re a professional or a novice. With a bit of ingenuity and a little knowledge, anyone can successfully raise honey bees. Learn how to set up and maintain your own honey bee colony from Keith Delaplane, Ph.D., one of the nation’s foremost entomologists as he guides you through each step, from buying tools and selecting healthy bees, to harvesting and selling honey.

Content Sections:
A Year in the Life of an Apiary
Bee Biology and Equipment
Receiving and Installing Package Bees
Releasing Queens
Releasing queens and stings
Things are buzzin
The brood nest
Our growing hives
Migrating our hives
Queen Rearing
Package production beekeeping associations
Diseases and pests
Chalkbrood sacbrood moths tracheal mites
Varroa mites and queenlessness
Its Harvest Time
Extracting honey
Packaging and selling honey
Commercial honey processing
Overwintering hives
Overwintering and one story hives
Second season management
Fall management

About the Sections:
1. Introduction
A Brief History
Building Supers and Frames
Preparing Food Supplements and Medications
2. In the Beginning
Bee Biology and Equipment
Receiving and Installing Bees
Releasing Queens
3. Things are Buzzing
Things are Buzzin
The Brood Nest
Our Growing Hives
Migrating our Hives
4. A Mid-season Break
Queen Rearing
Package Production, Beekeeping Associations, Books and Periodicals
Part II
5. Diseases and Pests
Diseases and Pests
Chalbrood, Sacbrood, Moths, Tracheal Mites
Varroa Mites and Queenlessness
6. It’s Harvest Time
It’s Harvest Time
Extracting Honey
Packaging and Selling Honey
Commercial Honey Processing
7. Rounding Out the Year
Overwintering Hives
Overwintering and One Story Hives
Second Season Management
Fall Management

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Download How to Raise Backyard Honey Bees: The Complete Guide to Beekeeping from Setting up

Are you ready to learn to graft queen bees? Having the ability to raise your own queen honey bees is rewarding in many ways.
-Saves money ( Queens cost roughly $25 each when purchased)
-Self Sufficiency ( No longer rely on other beekeepers stock)
-Working with nature

In this video I show all the steps to raising your own queen bees.

As a beekeeper you know that the queen is the heart of the colony. You also know that without her the colony will fail. Now think about the price of each queen you have purchased in the past. Now don’t you think it’s time to learn to raise your own?

So sit back and learn to raise your own queen here today.

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Here is my video on adding queen cells to nucs.

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PDF Asian Honey Bees: Biology Conservation and Human Interactions with a foreword by Thomas