This is the first YouTube in the University of Guelph Ontario Beekeeping Collection. The whole collection will follow one after the other.

A lecture was given by Ann W. Harman at the 2014 National Honey Show entitled
“Bee like sugar too!”
An explanation of inverted sugar and what effects can make sugars bad for bees.



Published on Dec 7, 2013
A lecture was given by Mike Palmer at the National Honey Show 2013 entitled ” The Sustainable Apiary”.

A lecture was given by Juliana Rangel at the 2015 National Honey Show entitled “The Behavioral Ecology of Swarming in Honey Bees”.


A lecture that was given by Juliana Rangel at the 2015 National Honey Show entitled “The Biology of Mating”.


Tom Seeley explains how bees process nectar to honey.

Tom Seeley
A lecture was given at the 2017 National Honey Show by Tom Seeley entitled “The Thirst of a Hive: How Does a Honey Bee Colony Control its Water Intake?”

Rudi Peters – Overwinter Hive Sensor Discoveries – at a  BC Honey Producers’ Association conference.

Paul Stamets – Can Mushrooms Help Bees

Samuel Ramsey on Varroa Does Not Feed on Hemolymph – they feed on the Fat Body.

A compilation of three summer months from inside the beehive by a swarm
John Chambers Basic Honey Bee Genetics
Important distinctions between species and breeds
Gregor Mendels’ attempts at bee improvement
Single gene traits in the honey bee