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  • Catnip Repels Insects

    Catnip (Nepeta cataria) may have a euphoric effect on cats and the plant deters insects pests arounndthe gardens. When your kitty friend gets a whiff of catnip, it’s like a ticket to the ‘happy place!” Catnip can work its magic on your kitty in various ways when sniffed or nibbled.  Catnip is a plant, also…

  • Pepperment Flower

    Peppermint Plants Benefits

    Many gardners know that peppermint plants, Mentha piperita, repels a multitude of insect pests, aphids, cabbage looper, Colorado potato beetle, cucumber beetle, flea beetle, Japanese beetle and squash bugs. Beekeepers use peppermint plant on the edge of the gardens to attract bees with its intense aroma. Peppermint is one of the strongest-smelling plants you can…

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    TEXAS BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONVENTION 2023

    Fellow beekeepers: I will be in Temple, Texas on November 3rd and 4rth, in the vendor-trade hall. Join me there! It is a great way to immerse yourself in the beekeeping culture, learn new practices, and meet other beekeepers in your area. The Annual Convention of the Texas Beekeepers Association is a major event running over…

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    2023 Beekeepers Events in Central Texas

    I am listing here some of the Beekeepers Events in Central Texas you can attend for the rest of the year 2023. I like to meet and mentor beekeepers at local beekeeping events. That’s why I am involved in several of the beekeepers associations in Central Texas and I often have a booth at their…

  • How beekeeping can lower your property tax

    Tired of over paying property taxes? I have a solution for you! If you own 5 to 20 acres of land in Texas, you are eligible to practice beekeeping and establish a special valuation for raising honey bees . You don’t have to be a beekeeper to benefit from this exemption. Someone can manage the…

  • How to Secure Your Local Food Supply

    It’s easy to feel insecure with what is happening to the food supply chain. But what if solutions were at your door steps? How could you take back control over your food supply? There are many answers to that, and I can help you taking in account your context and your family’s needs. You can…

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