How To Harvest Honey From Natural Comb
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Generally speaking, beekeepers harvest their honey at the conclusion of a substantial nectar flow and when the beehive is
filled with cured and capped honey. Conditions and circumstances vary greatly across the country. First-year beekeepers
are lucky if they get a small harvest of honey by late summer.
That’s because a new colony needs a full season to build up a large enough population to gather a surplus of honey.There
are more than 300 varieties of honey. Each honey variety is influenced by geographic location, plant life, rainfall, soil
condition and harvest times. From the light-golden color of spring’s harvest to the darker, more robust late-summer
harvested nectar, honey can be narrowed to individual flower pollens check out this great article and find out how to harvest
your own honey by clicking the link below.