Monday, May 13, 2019

Apiary Book 4.1 Update

Apiary Book's latest update 4.1 is here, and it's full of new features: forages/crops map, hive inspection graph and others. Get it now from Google Store!

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Hive inspections

One of the most important tasks any beekeeper can do as part of their inspection is record tracking.

It is one of the most important things all beekeepers can do to help keep healthy colonies of honey bees.

 Key things to look for during an inspection:
- total number of frames with bees and brood
- queen presence
- any sign of diseases/pests
- quantity of honey, pollen
- strength of bee family

Monday, May 6, 2019

Financial graph details

At Apiary Book, we are lucky to have an engaged and passionate community of beekeepers, who submit hundreds of feedback and feature request messages through our support channels and social media.

Jan send us the following email:
"Clicking on a bar on the financial graph that takes you to the record so you can see what the expense/income was could be a welcome feature for apiarybook.

Best regards from a happy apiarybook user,

Listening to beekeepers is the most efficient way to improve Apiary Book. Send your idea or suggestion to 

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Forage map

In both stationary and migratory beekeeping, the beekeeper must seek to place his colonies in or near areas where a sufficient quantity of honey plants exists, in season or throughout the year, within the economical flight range of the foragers.

Read more about bee forage and floral calendars here.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Queen Bees

Did you know Apiary Book allows for intuitive sorting of each queen bee from your apiary?

Download the app here and learn to take better care of your bees:

Happy Easter 2019

We know that some of you celebrated last week so belated Happy Easter to you and for the rest of you celebrating this week: let's all have a lovely holiday!

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Hive harvest

Apiary Book 4.0 for Android is out today!

Now you can add the quantities of honey, pollen, pasture, propolis, wax, venom, royal jelly harvested from each individual hive, not only for the whole apiary.