In This Issue: A Conversation with Richmond Tile and Bath’s VP, Anthony Cotugno Backsplash to the Max Back in Black – Why Ebony May be the Answer for Your Kitchen Kitchen Splurges Rise of the Bathroom Remodel Bathroom Trends for a Luxurious Upgrade In-Demand Industrial Style Tips for […]
In this issue: Farmers Markets DIY Certification Guide 7 Reasons to Shop Farmers Markets In the Garden: Hydrangeas Be a Pollinator Champion Understanding Saltwater Pool Filtration Home Remodeling: How to get the best bang for your remodeling buck Planning a Renovation? How to get your home ready and […]
The months of April, May and June are when the largest nectar flows occur in New Jersey and you need to be prepared to capture this brief opportunity.
It has been a busy couple of weeks in my apiaries as I have been catering to the needs of several newly established colonies, transferring nucleus colonies to full hives, feeding and pulling honey for extraction. However, my most important task in late July was to monitor and treat for the most devastating threat to honeybees: Varroa destuctor, the varroa mite.