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November 15, 2019

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Winter is coming! Removing Flow supers before the bees go to bed

Your winter beehive setup will depend on your location and the severity of the cold season. This post is aimed at those of you in a cold climate, where winters are long and snow can be expected.

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November 15, 2019

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Weatherproof your hives for winter

As winter sets in, it’s important to ensure your bees are protected against the elements while they hunker down. This guide is aimed at those of you in a cold and wet climate.

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September 06, 2019

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Wintering Hives in Western Canada

This article is supplied by Sheldon Stehn from Sweet Pure Honey on overwintering in Canada. Sheldon is a commercial beekeeper who has adapted his beekeeping practices to suit a commercial setup and location in Western Canada. 

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August 13, 2019

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No need for Netflix – watch your hive instead

Sitting and watching your bees come and go from the hive is a meditative and educational way of passing the time. Read on about hive entrance observations, what they can mean.

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June 01, 2019

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Watch Cedar do a hive split

Feeling unsure of how to split your bee colony, or after a different way to split your hive? Watch Cedar Anderson do hive split at Flow HQ to learn tips on getting two hives from one beehive.

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May 09, 2019

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Less Spray Please! Bees at Work

There is nothing more tragic than going to your hive in the excitement of greeting your girls and being met with a mass of dead bees at the entrance. Flow Team member talks about his recent experience with colony loss and ways we can all act to Save the Bees.

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May 08, 2019

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Bees need drinking water too!

In the height of summer, when temperatures are soaring, it's important to remember that bees (and all wildlife) need access to safe drinking water.

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