Hardy Arkansas BeehivesHardy AR beehives can be manmade or natural. They are used for raising their young and pollination. The hexagonal cells are called honeycomb and they are tightly packed in order to hold the bee’s eggs, store pollen and house the extra honey. Bees help to pollinate our flowers and many of the foods we eat each day. Without bees buzzing around from flower to flower and plant to plant, we might have a food shortage.
Mud and clay beehives in Hardy AR are cylindrical in shape and usually very long. They are made from straw, mud and dung. These beehives in Hardy Arkansas are mostly found in the Mediterranean and house domesticated bees. The hives are usually stacked in long columns, one on top of the other and give shade to the lower beehives in Hardy AR.
Skeps are manmade out of dried grass and straw beehives in Hardy Arkansas that are shaped like a basket. They have the one entrance at the base and the inside is hollow. The bees themselves will form the honeycomb for the eggs and pollen. Some skeps are made with a woven basket on top that connect to the main Hardy AR beehives. The farmers can get to the honey and not harm the honeycomb or the bees.
Manmade beehives in Hardy Arkansas are wood boxes that are built to manage bees so they produce honey. The bees from the manmade beehives in Hardy AR can also help to pollinate crops. With manmade beehives in Hardy Arkansas, they can be transported easily to help pollinate crops wherever needed. Hardy AR beehives have developed over time so the bees will not have to be destroyed in order to get to the honey for harvesting. Wooden bars were made to sit over the top of the skeps or straw beehives in Hardy Arkansas so the bees could produce their combs. At the right time, straw beehives in Hardy AR were added to the bottom, so when the top beehives in Hardy Arkansas were full of honey, they could be removed. These hives allowed the owner to gather the honey without killing the bees.
The modern beehives in Hardy AR now have sliding frames in which the bees build the combs. These Hardy Arkansas beehives preserve the life of the bees when the owners take the honey. The open top beehives in Hardy AR and the sliding frame beehives in Hardy Arkansas will allow for inspection of the bees to make sure they have no parasites or diseases. With the removable frames, the beekeeper can split the Hardy AR beehives in order to make more colonies. Bees will only breed and produce honey in new hives if there is already some honeycomb or bees wax plates.
Without crop pollination, the world might be without tomatoes, onions, carrots, beans and hundreds of other vegetables and fruits. The work that bees do is largely overlooked and man cannot take over all the good that bees do to help cross-pollinate our foods.