Monthly Archives: January 2016

THE BEE DIARIES

A couple of months ago I was contacted by Kassia Wordley of Bournemouth University who wanted to interview me as part of a project she was undertaking to produce a programme about bees suitable for Radio 4. Of course I … Continue reading

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IT’S THAT LEY LINE AGAIN!

I had a email yesterday from somebody who has recently moved into an ancient house in the tiny hamlet of Higher Chalmington, a few miles north of me. She is troubled by bees coming down the chimney into the living … Continue reading

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IT MUST BE OXALIC TIME BY NOW!

At last we have had a few really cold days, but they’re over now.  I hope that queens may have stopped laying for a while so as to make an application of oxalic acid syrup solution more effective as it … Continue reading

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NEW TOYS

I haven’t done much blogging recently, partly because I haven’t been able to play with the bees because of the weather, but mainly because I have been having computer troubles, especially with getting onto the interweb.  I asked several people … Continue reading

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