Jon Lundgren -The future of food production

Jon Lundgren -The future of food production

If you are interested in a new look at food production, please go to Jon’s web site. http://bluedasher.farm  He is interested in growing food and …

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Predators!

Predators!

Some thing was here before you could harvest your bee cocoons!  Most often these are predatory beetles,  they chew through the mud and eat whatever…

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A dry storage area for wintering cocoons

A dry storage area for wintering cocoons

If you are storing mason bees outside in a shed or other structure to keep them dry, make sure mice cannot get at your cocoons. …

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Thick mud walls

Thick mud walls

Wood is a very productive medium for mason bee nests.  This picture is a wooden nesting tunnel created by routering a piece wood.  The end…

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Awesome Quicklock trays

Awesome Quicklock trays

Our Beediverse stackable Quicklock trays  are easy to use- for the bees and the mason bee keeper, easy for harvesting cocoons and easy to clean…

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How cute!  Leafcutter bees

How cute! Leafcutter bees

Leafcutter bees need a good month or more of hot weather to develop into adults before they are ready to emerge, fly and begin pollinating…

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