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     The ONLY bee removal service featuring 2 University of Florida Graduate Entomologists
...Go Gators !

  • North & Central Florida (Jax,Orlando,Panhandle): 352.870.0346 -- Richard Martyniak, The Buzzkillers
  • West Central Florida (Tampa, Bradenton, Sarasota) 813.930.2847 -- Jonathan Simkins, Insect IQ
  • SouthWest Florida (Ft.Myers, Naples): 239.348.BEES -- Keith Parrow, Pro Tech PC Specialists
  • Southeast Florida ( Space Coast to the Keys): 800.668-6602 -- Ronnie Sharpton, Alpine Farms

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Santa Barbara Bee Keepers

Don Cole, San Marcos Farms: 681-0312

Paul Cronshaw: 453-7863 (Montecito to San Marcos area)

• Debbie Daily. 245-0568 (North County)

• Jim Dale: 679-3274

• Tony Diloreto: 896-4804 (Montecito to Hope Ranch)

• J.P. Bee Rescue: 708-2995

• Brenton Kelly: 722-2523 (Goleta)

• Elisa Robles, The Worm Girl: 815-7233

• Jacob Rodriquez: 570-4749

• Charlie Vines: 967-6442

Luring More Bees Into Your Garden

• Avoid the use of pesticides, especially systemic pesticides that arc absorbed into the plant.

• Choose plants that bloom in colors bees like such as blue, purple, white and yellow. Bees don't see red, it looks black to them.

• Plant a grouping of the same (lower in one space. Bees tend to select one type of flower per trip from the hive, so a grouping makes their feeding more efficient.

• Plant in sunny spaces. Bees follow the sun

• Include plants that flower in all seasons. Blooms I torn August to November are especially important.

• Plant groundcovers with lots of small flowers in places you won't be walking are footed.

• Provide water with a platform. Bees need water, but they don't swim, so put water near a place they can land on safely while they drink. A lily pad in a pond or a bowl of wet sand will help them immensely during the dry days of summer. Some plants to consider are: African Basil, Borage, Buckwheat, Clarkia, Gaillardia, Lavender, Poppy, Rosemary, Scented Geraniums, Sunflowers.

Why Does It Matter?

Berries, apples, cucumbers and many other fruits and vegetables require pollination to develop fully. If you are pulling withered squash or melons off your plants, you need more bees. An apple has five to six seed pockets, each containing two seeds. Each seed is pollinated individually, often requiring multiple bee visits to the bloom. The number of seeds pollinated affects both the size and sweetness of the ripened apple. We need to keep our local honeybees strong so they can survive another few thousand years.

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Adkins Bee Removal

877 7-ADKINS
877 723-5467

San Diego Orange County Los Angeles Riverside
(760) 443-1979
(619) 540-9245
(858) 752-8755
(949) 235-9895
(714) 235-0508
(310) 995-2366
(323) 303-7931
(562) 522-7292
(818) 669-8959
(951) 966-9681

San Bernardino
(909) 636-9692

Friendly, Fast, Reliable Service!Call the beeman for
Live Bee Removal, Bee Control, Honeybee and Beehive Removal today.

 

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     The ONLY bee removal service featuring 2 University of Florida Graduate Entomologists
...Go Gators !

  • North & Central Florida (Jax,Orlando,Panhandle): 352.870.0346 -- Richard Martyniak, The Buzzkillers
  • West Central Florida (Tampa, Bradenton, Sarasota) 813.930.2847 -- Jonathan Simkins, Insect IQ
  • SouthWest Florida (Ft.Myers, Naples): 239.348.BEES -- Keith Parrow, Pro Tech PC Specialists
  • Southeast Florida ( Space Coast to the Keys): 800.668-6602 -- Ronnie Sharpton, Alpine Farms

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Santa Barbara Bee Keepers

Don Cole, San Marcos Farms: 681-0312

Paul Cronshaw: 453-7863 (Montecito to San Marcos area)

• Debbie Daily. 245-0568 (North County)

• Jim Dale: 679-3274

• Tony Diloreto: 896-4804 (Montecito to Hope Ranch)

• J.P. Bee Rescue: 708-2995

• Brenton Kelly: 722-2523 (Goleta)

• Elisa Robles, The Worm Girl: 815-7233

• Jacob Rodriquez: 570-4749

• Charlie Vines: 967-6442

Luring More Bees Into Your Garden

• Avoid the use of pesticides, especially systemic pesticides that arc absorbed into the plant.

• Choose plants that bloom in colors bees like such as blue, purple, white and yellow. Bees don't see red, it looks black to them.

• Plant a grouping of the same (lower in one space. Bees tend to select one type of flower per trip from the hive, so a grouping makes their feeding more efficient.

• Plant in sunny spaces. Bees follow the sun

• Include plants that flower in all seasons. Blooms I torn August to November are especially important.

• Plant groundcovers with lots of small flowers in places you won't be walking are footed.

• Provide water with a platform. Bees need water, but they don't swim, so put water near a place they can land on safely while they drink. A lily pad in a pond or a bowl of wet sand will help them immensely during the dry days of summer. Some plants to consider are: African Basil, Borage, Buckwheat, Clarkia, Gaillardia, Lavender, Poppy, Rosemary, Scented Geraniums, Sunflowers.

Why Does It Matter?

Berries, apples, cucumbers and many other fruits and vegetables require pollination to develop fully. If you are pulling withered squash or melons off your plants, you need more bees. An apple has five to six seed pockets, each containing two seeds. Each seed is pollinated individually, often requiring multiple bee visits to the bloom. The number of seeds pollinated affects both the size and sweetness of the ripened apple. We need to keep our local honeybees strong so they can survive another few thousand years.

 

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