Happy Birthday Johann Dzierzon

Here’s a very nice blog post from Beekeeping 365 about Jan Dzierzon, a pioneer beekeeper who  isn’t as well known or as appreciated as he should be. It’s great to see this biography about him!

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Okay, as many of my beekeeping friends might remember, I started December vowing to answer to, and identify myself as, “Lorenzo” to reservation takers, waitresses, and others. I am pleased to report that this has worked out well, with the exception of that overly serious State Trooper, so I am extending the practice another month. But Lorenzo Langstroth’s birthday month has come and gone and it is time to pick another beekeeper to honor. I encourage anyone so inclined to participate in this exercise of giving and responding to the name of a famous beekeeper for the month. Who knows when a question on the Certified Beekeepers test may become a simple remembrance due to your participation in this venture. So, with no further delay, during the month of January I will give and respond to the name, “Johann” in honor of Johann Dzierzon born January 16th, 1811. Apparently…

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On beekeeping to begin at the right foot you should have total interest. You will need to spend time taking care of your own colonies of bees. You should have also consented to share your dwelling space with the bees. There are potential risks in beekeeping that can damage you but your family too. If you decide to allow the bees inside your living space, then you definitely must know the supplies and equipment that you will use for beekeeping. Your focus is not only to earn money by selling honey; a good beekeeper should have passion and a keen interest in raising bees.

An apiarist ought to know the right location for the beehives. If you decide to set your beehives at your backyard, you have to make sure that beekeeping is enabled in your town. There are several areas restricted to beekeeping; you have to get permission relating to this.

Beekeepers must know whether beekeeping supplies can be found in the area where the beehives are situated. When you need to attend an area beekeeping shop you may never know; it’s best that a nearby beekeeping store is reachable.

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