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WELCOME TO APICULTURE VENTURE LIMITED: SAVE BEES, SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT.
Helping beekeeping and beekeepers in Kenya
Sustainability, reliance and putting the bees at the center of beekeeping practice by using bee friendly practices in that the habits, natural behaviors and needs of the bee being the first consideration of the bee keeper for honey production
Modern beekeeping training is important, the training is to equip beekeepers with modern beekeeping practice skills, specifically: materials. Beekeeping equipment require characteristic of a good site for;
1. beekeeping practice
2. transferring bees from traditional beehives to modern beehives; (for those still practicing Berkeley using old practices)
3. apiary management
4. bee diseases prevention and pest management
5. techniques to control and improve the honey quality
6. queen rearing and bee colony multiplication
7. improving the value of bee products especially beeswax
Beekeepers are also taken through practical sessions which will equip trainees with practice and gain more skills. Trainees are also rained on safety measures at the site to avoid deadly bee attacks
Site management in beekeeping refers to intervention techniques that a beekeeper may perform to ensure the area /apiary is clean and safe for the bees and to maximize hive production. Site management techniques vary widely depending on the objectives. We have hive management under site management and this include management for :
1. Honey production
3. Queen breeding
4. Royal jelly production
5. Pollen collection
6. Propolis production
7. Pollination services
Crop pollination is key to food production and security – has been little understood especially in this part of the world. At Apiculture venture we seek to pollinate farm fields by placing already colonized hives(migratory colonies) in farm to increase food production significantly. Bees are essential components of almost all of th worlds ecosystems. They provide both pollination services, and are excellent indicators of the state of terrestrial environments including responses to global warming. A major challenge to knowing how to manage wild bees for pollination services .