Benefits of beekeeping

beekeeping, it is important to know the natural habits of bees. You should raise nectar-sucking bees that are suitable for the climatic conditions of the area where you will raise them. Beekeeping for honey must be done in naturally constructed beehives. The main beehives used in beekeeping are:

Straw beehive

A straw beehive is made of straw and tied together with wicks. Straws are built on top of each other.

A hole is also made at the top. When a straw hive is used, a large plate is often placed as the base. Straws are often

used when growing in gardens to make pollination more efficient. Bees gather honey in the hive where they can

extract honey.

Double wall beehive

A double-walled beehive has two layers of cover. 1 layer of wall insulation on the walls of the beehive where the bees live inside. With 2 layers of insulation like this, the hive is always dry. In beekeeping, it is important not to wet the hive. If it is dry, bees can survive well even in severe cold weather. This type of hive stands on the bottom.

In addition to this, there is a “breeding room” for raising bees. Another honey room above. In the honey room,

bees store and collect honey. Another layer is placed on top of that.

These rooms are beehives for collecting honey. There is a roof on the upper floor and it drops from one side to the

other. In this way, rain falls easily during the rainy season.

When rooms are stacked on top of each other as described above. The wall of the upper room must be bent over

the wall of the lower room. In this way, water cannot enter during rainy season and winter.

One-story national beehive

This beehive has only one wall. Only a wall separates the bees from the outside air. The rooms (W.B.C) are made in beehive-like steps. At the bottom there is room for bees. Outside of this, there is a hatchery for the bees to hatch. There is a honey chamber to collect the honey.