The bees don't care if they are certified organic, they all fly to the same flowers. That's correct.
The difference in organic beekeeping is the purity of the beeswax. Young bees develop in honeycombs out of wax. In these wax cells the working bees store also nectar and pollen. As organic beekeeper, we have our wax regularly tested for residues in the laboratory of the University of Hohenheim.
If we have to feed the young bee colonies with sugar syrup so that they can grow into big and strong colonies the following year, we only use organic sugar. We would like to have as little pesticides as possible in the beehive these days. It is important to us not to bring any unnecessary substances into the colony.
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