Beekeeping has likely been going on for thousands of years. It’s likely that people of the Stone Age made the first crude hives. The people probably gathered honey from hives found in the wild, and then learned to make and keep hives so they would have easier access to honey near their homes.
Sometimes there are worries about damaging the specialist waterproofing experts of the deck, if that is the case and face mounting is not possible, for short spans, when there is a solid attachment of the top railing, it is possible to glue down the intermediate legs and even the posts. Use 1099 glue by 3M, which is much better than regular contact cement.
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For those who live in cold environments, you may have to do some preparation before the first frost comes in. Finish harvesting remaining fruits and vegetables left on the vines. Bring any container plants indoors that are still producing fruit, or cannot survive the winter in your area. If you use terracotta containers, you are going to want to bring those indoors as well. The changing temperatures can crack and break from the swelling.
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Handling bees can be tricky. The beekeeper must make slow movements, never fast or jerky movements that could startle the bees. They also wear veils of mesh screen to protect their faces, and tie clothing at the wrists and ankles. The hands however, typically remain unprotected, as gloves are considered too bulky and clumsy.