As social insects living in a colony, honey bees must communicate with one another. Honey bees use movement (dance language), pheromones, or vibrations.
They use these communication methods to describe the precise location of the best foraging sites, as well as to keep their hierarchy and social life at the appropriate level.
Following the example of bees, beekeepers need to communicate as much as possible and exchange information with other beekeepers in order to find the best solutions for daily activities.
Using Apiary Book you can connect with other beekeepers from around the world and exchange valuable know-how and best practices recommendations.