Archive for 'Atlanta Bee Control'
Honeybees Use Antimicrobial Resin to Sterilize Hives
When honeybees start building a nest for a new colony they line the nest with resin that they mix with some wax, a mixture called propolis. Scientists have discovered that by doing this, the bees actually help protect the members of the colony from getting sick, creating a strong “social immunity,” which means each individual […]Read More
Bee’S EVERYWHERE! A tractor-trailer carrying millions of honeyees overturned on a highway north of Seattle last week. According to post.jargan.com, there were 448 hives with 13.7 million bees on board. As you can imagine, the company who owned the bees sent as many beekeepers as possible to the site to salvage as many bees as […]Read More