Monthly Archives: March 2016

AS ONE DOOR CLOSES……..

I’ve kept bees on a 27 acre organic orchard at Adam’s Green all this millennium The problem is that the owner keeps the grass under control and the ground manured by grazing by cattle or sheep. ¬†Several times, despite his … Continue reading

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AFTER B4

I’m just back from a long day attending a DARG (Devon Apicultural Research Group) meeting at Yelverton on the far side of Dartmoor, over 80 miles away, a long drive! Normally I share transport with my apprentice, Sarah, of Bee … Continue reading

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BEES ON MALTA

I’m not long back from a holiday on Malta, staying in a massive sea front hotel in Bugibba on St Paul’s Bay at the north of the island.¬† It’s called St Paul’s Bay because that’s where he was shipwrecked getting … Continue reading

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