We’re thrilled to share the recent success story of our partnership with SROS, highlighted by their honey harvesting event in January 2024.
Our Mudrenicagi Team spent a fantastic couple of days with the Dama Beekeeping Group as we continued with our Training and Mentoring Program.
I have a quick question…my beehive has a typical opening that extends the width of the lower super. I’m a little concerned about geckos or any kind of intruder having easy access to the hives entrance. I’m equally worried about the possibility of other bee colonies being able to rob my hive as well… So
First day of beekeeping workshop at Oneta Resort on Kadavu, January 2024 Second day of beekeeping workshop at Oneta Resort on Kadavu, January 2024.
Two days of harvesting honey, 234 frames, and 479kg of honey. Record breaking harvest for our farm @ Mudrenicagi Estate.
Talaiya Muslim Primary School Bee Keeping Team 🐝🥞🍯
Honey Supplies available from Jacks Farms.
A great day in the bee yard today! We made 6 five frame walk away splits, doubled four hives, and identified 127 frames of honey ready for harvest. On top of that we found 3 wild orchids blooming and found a very strange leaf bug! We’ll be back in the bee yard later this week
Mentorship program update November 2023 – Hive inspection and Varroa testing۔ Mufti Muhammad Zubair. All beehive materials assembled and in use. This project is kindly supported by FO4ACP in partnership with Fiji Beekeepers Association.
Introduction During a cyclone strong winds can topple bee hives over and flash flooding that is also likely to occur, can wash bees away. Cyclones also have an impact on the available food resources for bees (flowering trees). Being prepared and knowing what to do following a storm can help reduce the impact of cyclones