Monterey LG 8610 Honey Bee Attractant, One Kit (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Advanced system for increasing beneficial insects
- For use in orchards, gardens, greenhouses, and nurseries
- Organic gardening approved
- 3 Powerful lures in one kit
- Increases pollination
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If you wish to purchase actual "swarm lures," you can go through Mann Lake, Dadant, or other specialized companies which use natural plant essences as well as natural bee pheremones to attract loose swarms; however, I have found these to be but a small part of the equation. The best means for capturing a live swarm on your own (or another) property, is to first determine whether you live on a visually-oriented (bee-perspective) swarm flight-route; i.e., along lushly lined drives visible from high overhead: baiting swarms along such routes, which are instinctually followed by swarms on-the-move is a relatively easy and inexpensive means of acquiring a moving colony. Even if you have no such route, taking the correct measures can dramatically increase your odds of having bees move in of their own accord. One consistently successful method of attracting a swarm in my personal experience as a holistic beekeeper is to put out a clean, "prepared"* single deep hivebody with blank wooden frames and topbars, in a nice spot - morning sun, afternoon shade, elemental protection, a nearby source of potable water, etc.- and to keep poison sprays away from your garden.Read more ›