Bee keeping at Kafuro

Alot of inspection since our bee hives were installed at Kafuro in the boundaries of Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Kafuro bee keeping club ln cordination with Bitwababo Joseph a member from the community have done much of the cleaning of the place.
In this the land in the park is very fertile that grass is always developing very quickly that it needs more care for for each one or two weeks.
This was followed by installing of bee colonies into the hives.
In all the hives installed, two hives have sustained bee colonies
From Bitwababo our bee expert, the two bee hives were inspected finding one with some honey.
Bitwababo recommend that the hives need to be changed from the upper part of the apiary to the lower part which is near the river and shades can be planted to prevent too much sunshhine that has been a problem leading to other bees escaping from the hives.
Also in recommendation is to reinstall the bee hives to have productivity of honey.

With the bee keeping club, the bee hives ( both empty and containing colonies) were shifted and now wait for the weekend to have some harvesting from the hive where we found bees had done some duty to make some honey.

Pupils at Kafuro and teachers can not wait comparing their honey with the honey from England.

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