June 26

Mr. G has Teturned from NOLA

Hope all is well.

I am back in town for a couple weeks and ready to assist you if there are any needs.  New beekeeper a should continue feeding through this week.  Believe it or not, rain causes bees to have less nectar.  If your bees significantly cut down on feeding, you should be able to take your feeder off for a while after this week.  Once again, the bees will let you know.  The purpose of feeding is to prevent them from eating their own stores of honey.  I plan to pull honey off of my hives next week.

Bee Happy!


Posted June 26, 2017 by Scott Griffin. (Mr. G) in category Uncategorized

About the Author

Elementary Teacher (37 years retired), Photographer, Storyteller, Bee Keeper. Started keeping bees with my grandson when he was 3 years old. It is something we enjoy learning and doing together. Proud member of the Gaston County Beekeepers Association, North Carolina Beekeepers Association. Graduate of the Penn State Beekeeping School. We are all about the bees first. The honey is simply their way of saying thank you!🐝🐝🐝

1 thoughts on “Mr. G has Teturned from NOLA

  1. Bobby

    Welcome home! Our bees continue to do well and they are draining our twice a day feeding of sugar water!


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