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Bee Base is an initiative by people from different educational background and mix of youth with energy and experience with age. The team is committed to channelize their energy for easy accessto healthy lifestyle. Showcasing the wide and natural range of Honey and related products,which inspires consumers to make a conscious choice, it’s a one-stop shop for all flavors thoughtfully conceived by this Group.
The Group is one of the most trusted sources for a wide diversity of organic food products from India. And starting with honey, the Group has been working hard towards niche “Probiotic” i.e. first time in India and fortified products in a manner which will boost the immunity and step towards making “Healthy India”.
To become one of the largest players who nurture the health and contribute towards “Fit India” movement
To present our company working towards enhancement of agriculture crops by increasing yield through this infinite source of the nature
To work for “Sweet Revolution” in real terms by bringing all stakeholders/Beekeepers under one umbrella
We're on a mission to go beyond honey and to safeguard and sustain honeybees, for the livelihood of beekind and humankind alike as bees are the base for a healthy life
Increase per capita consumption of honey in India by spreading through B2B model i.e. from Breakfast to Bed
To deliver the best and pure honey and related fortified products in niche packing with highest quality by following best manufacturing process
There is famous waggle dance that has been performed over bee hives with zigzag that indicates exactly how far and in which direction the nectar is available so perfect planning starts from there..:)
Then worker bee flies in that decided direction to collect the nectar
Once the same is collected in appropriate capacity, worker bee will fly back to it’s hive
The nectar passed through 5 bees via “Chewing” process and then deposited in the wax hexagon in the honeycomb.
Worker bees will “Fan” their wings over nectar to dehydrate the liquid and that is how converted to Honey
Once honey is ready, it will be sealed by bees with the wax generated from her own gland.
Little work is required at the hives. If there is snow, make sure the entrance to the hive is cleared to allow proper ventilation. If a January thaw occurs you will need to provide supplemental emergency food for the bees.
Read, learn, attend classes/workshops.
On a mild day, early in the month, with no wind or bees flying, peek inside your hive. If you don’t see any sealed honey in the top frames, you may need to provide emergency food. Once you start feeding them, do not stop until they are bringing in their own food. This is also the time to treat for Varroa mites, if needed. Although not a harm to the stored honey, Varroa mites resemble reddish dots and latch on to bees draining the bees' blood-like fluid from their bodies, ultimately killing them.
Do your first comprehensive inspection on a warm, still day. Look for the queen and check to see if there are plenty of eggs and brood. Later in the month you should consider reversing the hive bodies.
Spring mite treatments should be completed and removed prior to adding any honey supers. Add a queen excluder and place honey supers on top of the top deep. Inspect the hive weekly.
Inspect the hive weekly to make sure the hive is healthy and the queen is present. Add honey supers as needed.
Continue inspections to assure the health of your colony. Add more honey supers if needed.
Watch for honey robbing by wasps or other bees.
Harvest your honey crop. Remember to leave the colony with at least 60 pounds of honey for winter. Check for the queen’s presence. Feed and medicate toward the end of the month. Apply mite treatment. Continue feeding until the bees will take no more.
Watch out for robbing. Prepare the hive for winter, with attention to ventilation and moisture control. Install a mouse guard at entrance of hive. Finish winter feeding.
Store your equipment away for the winter.
This is a good time to continue expanding your knowledge on beekeeping through education.
Bees needs to be put in an area which is surrounded by flowers of the crop flavor that we need to have..(For e.g. Ajwain Flowers/Farms for Ajwain Honey, Fennel Flowers/Farms for Fennel Honey
Place the Bee boxes in proper dry and warm place
Make Sure that the same is disease free
Avoid usage of any antibiotics and possible then place around organic Farms
Following needs to be kept in mind while selecting a site
1. The same should have proper sunlight2. It has to be surrounded by enough flowering 3. Proper wind direction is also key while selecting a site 4. It should have proper connectivity with Roads to ensure smooth Supply Chain
IMPORTANT: Before embarking on your beekeeping journey, you need to be familiar with the rules, regulations and obligations associated with beekeeping.