Idiots Guide to Beekeeping

Did you know that beekeeping can be done on your backyard? (check to see if you need a permit), all you need are bees hives. Beekeeping has it's own language that is called "BeeSpeak". Below are a few definitions for some of the more confusing terms.

#1. Apiarist

I know this may sound like similar to ape. An apiarist is another name for a beekeeper.

#2. The Honey Bees

Bees that produce honey. What you probably didn't know though is that only a few bees produce honey and that the honey bee is in the vast minority of bee species.

#3. The Hive Tools

This is the nifty tool that beekeepers use to pry frames out of the bee hives. If you find this a little overpriced, just buy a paint scraper - They both work the same.

#4. Super

This one can be really confusing when starting out The super is the part of the hive that the bees put the honey in. It contains frames. In beekeeping guides you will see instructions to add supers in the spring and fall. (And I was wondering Super what?)

#5. The smoker

In beekeeping this one of the most important tools. Usually a metal pot with bellows attached to it. It dispenses cool smoke that calms the bees. This is a must have tool for a beekeeper. A hive should not have extra bees.

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