The beekeepers timetable

This is a really useful beekeeping chart, giving the weeks of the year across the top and bottom and an indication of the brood and adult bee population increasing then declining as the season progresses, the main forage plants (based on Devon, UK) and the jobs that the beekeeper should be carrying out at that particular time, including hive treatments.

I have seen this attempted in many beekeeping books but none seem to have captured it quite as well on a single sheet as G.R. Davies – so many thanks!

A Beekeeping  Timetable

It is also available from the following link as a pdf file that can be saved or printed – have a look and let me know what you think.

A Beekeeping Timetable

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3 responses to this post.

  1. This is really useful, I have been looking for something similar. I think you should tweet it! Thanks for posting.

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  2. Posted by Robert on December 29, 2012 at 10:56 pm

    I think this is awesome – although I wish I could edit it for our region.

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    • Hi Robert, glad you have enjoyed my blog, you can add regional comments here and I will publish them or set up a separate blog and link/reference to mine with your additions. Regards Daniel

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