Monday, March 23, 2020

Communicate with other beekeepers

The best way to learn is to connect with other beekeepers.

Starting Android 5.2 you can communicate with other beekeepers from around the world. Just complete your profile, search for a specific person and start a conversation.


Thursday, March 19, 2020

Communication

As social insects living in a colony, honey bees must communicate with one another. Honey bees use movement (dance language), pheromones, or vibrations.

They use these communication methods to describe the precise location of the best foraging sites, as well as to keep their hierarchy and social life at the appropriate level.



Following the example of bees, beekeepers need to communicate as much as possible and exchange information with other beekeepers in order to find the best solutions for daily activities.

Using Apiary Book you can connect with other beekeepers from around the world and exchange valuable know-how and best practices recommendations.

Saturday, February 29, 2020

Best beekeeping practices

Best beekeeping  management practices should be adopted in the apiary by all beekeepers, whether they are hobbits or have years of experience.

The goal is to improve bee health and reduce risks to colonies.

Apiary Book offers valuable best practices on many topics, including
- apiary and hive maintenance
- bee diseases/pest and treatments
- queen health, bee breeding
- nutrition


The beekeepers are encouraged to ask questions and share from their experience in the Comments section.

Sunday, February 23, 2020

Varroa mites

Since the start of this project we received tons of feedback from beekeepers from around the world, and many suggestions have been implemented!

It is important for us to build an app/platform that is useful and easy-to-use.

"I tried new tab VARROA. Inside I can change things in the drop down menu that is pretty cool, but when I save it and I go one step back I only can see how many varroa i wrote. But wouldn't it be cool if I see the varroa and right away if they are naturaly fallen or after treatment. An easy overview would be nice rather than to have to go each time inside to see whether the count of fallen varroa are a result of medicine or natural fall. What do u think? Or do I miss something

Cheers from Austria
Karl holzmann"


Send your idea or suggestion to bogdan@apiarybook.com 

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Use Apiary Book on multiple devices

Beekeeping involves a lot of hands-on activity in the field.

Use your smartphone to record data on-site regarding feeding, hive statuses and any important changes you observe.

Apiary Book Pro instantly uploads the information to the cloud and then when you get home you can review it on your desktop for more visibility!


Sign now here: http://www.apiarybook.com/pro.html

Saturday, February 8, 2020

Apiary Book PRO

Knowledge is power and as a beekeeper you know this very well.

Apiary Book PRO allows you to speak to beekeepers all over the world.
This way you can exchange information, learn tips and tricks and apply best practices to your hives.



In short: you can take better care of your bees!
Learn more here: http://www.apiarybook.com/pro.html

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

FoodTech 500

The FoodTech 500 has just come out and we are more than proud that Apiary Book is featured!

FoodTech 500 is the definitive list of global startup and scaleup success stories working at the intersection of food, technology and sustainability.

https://forwardfooding.com/foodtech500?limit=500&subscribed=true



Thank you to all our users that help us be better with every suggestion and thank you for choosing Apiary Book to take better care of your bees!