We are all aware that pesticides are bad for humans, it's not difficult to understand that they're worse for bees. When we use pesticides on the plants in our gardens, we are taking part in harming, even killing another living being. Investigating in organic and natural means of pest control can not only be beneficial for bees but subsequently the planet also.
You'll find plenty of tips at OrganicGardenPests.com. Moving in the direction of organic gardening and natural lawn care is a healthy choice, in any case.
Vibrant, chemical-free plants and gardens are a friendly invitation to wild bees. Also always have a little water basin out for the tiny pollinators so they can keep hydrated.
It’s important to understand that bees don’t make honey for us humans, they make it to feed their colony during wintertime. It’s their honey. Purchasing honey doesn’t help the bees, even though many people want this to be true. Beekeepers will tell you that they love their bees and that they’re working with them to “help them reach their full potential”, which just happens to be measured in honey output. It’s an exploitative business whose number one concern is profitability. There are also many honey alternatives like agave nectar for example.
How are you helping the bees this season?