Pollen under the microscope

I’ve never done this so am reading around a bit more http://chemistry.armstrong.edu/nivens/Chem3300/methmels.pdf This explains the process of centrifuging the pollen from the honey (p. 3) denoting the liquid lying above a solid residue after crystallization, precipitation, centrifugation, or other process. “carefully transfer the supernatant fluid into a 15 ml centrifuge tube” Celia Davies says: 10g… Continue reading Pollen under the microscope

Mod 2

Use for royal jelly – cosmetics extra floral nectaries – broad bean enzyme in honey – invertase hygroscopic means absorbs water honeydew contains moulds granulation opt temp 14;c use for bakers honey is cooking honey rap granulates OSR Specific gravity of honey at 20’c 1.4 Temp wax discolours 70?

Implications of setting up one colony in tennis court size garden

Garden is quite small, probably neighbours on at least three sides. Consider neighbours – they can and will object. If bees can be hidden from sight then less objections. Can they be surrounded by trellis. Can you wear subtle bee keeping outfit (Stay safe, but white stands out) or inspect when they are out –… Continue reading Implications of setting up one colony in tennis court size garden