Every beekeeper has his own ideas about natural beekeeping. The most important thing is to observe, love and respect the bees and nature. Bees are very well able to sustain themselves in normal circumstances.
The normal living conditions of the bee have been influenced by humans over the years.
The disappearance of flowering meadows and hedges between the fields, the cutting down of forests, excessive mowing of verges, monoculture in agriculture and the use of pesticides and herbicides.
The disappearance of natural barriers has brought one of the bees enemies closer: "The Varroa Mite". There are many products on the market to control the Varroa mite and unfortunately, the mite keeps coming back into the hives.
Combating the Varroa mite in a biological way is part of natural beekeeping.
The choice of beehive and leaving honey in the hive as winter food.
You can read more about this at "Varroa mite” and “Warré hives".