Posts Tagged ‘bee’

Africanized Honeybees Now in Georgia – What to Do

The Georgia Department of Agriculture announced in Oct, 2010 that Africanized honeybees had definitely been identified in Georgia (near Albany, in Dougherty County). This means that it is even more important to support local beekeepers. Basically, the more European (domesticated...

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Pollinators – Plants for

Many landscape plants depend on bees and other insects to move pollen from flower to flower. The insects don’t realize they are pollinating the plants they visit – they’re just looking for nectar in the flowers. You can help the...

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Hummingbird Feeder – Bee and Wasp Control

Q: How can I keep honeybees from my hummingbird feeders? They are driving the hummers away. A: You have to modify the feeder opening so that the insect tongues are too short to reach the nectar. These Hummzinger (click for...

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Honeybees – In Wall

Q: For the second time at my mother’s house honey bees have decided to swarm/nest in her walls. The first time we shot them with some good bug poison and sealed the holes. This time they are coming in the...

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