AND WHO WE ARE NOT...
This project, Apis Bio-Nutrition, is entirely beekeeper-driven, with nature being the chief research scientist. Our aim was to gain a better understanding of the compositional profiles of floral nectar and floral pollen. To achieve this, we conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of open-access botany literature and texts to identify relevant, and historically overlooked compositional details. We made certain basic assumptions during this project, with the primary assumption being that nature does not make mistakes. In other words, if something is present in floral nectar and pollen, the honeybee will have a biological adaptation to utilize it.
SUPPLEMENTAL SUPPORT FOR APICULTURE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS.
As we are also beekeepers, we fully appreciate the detrimental effects of marketing "miracle solutions" within the beekeeping industry. With that being said, we have intentionally refrained from making any unsubstantiated claims about our work.
However, here is what we offer: We have been conducting ongoing research and development into the composition of floral pollen and floral nectar. We have refined these compositional mimicry profiles over the course of 31 iterations and counting, and we are making the results of our investigations commercially available for use by other beekeepers. We take our responsibilities as a company in this industry seriously, and we want beekeepers to know that by choosing to utilize BIO-CONTROL and BIO-ACTIVATOR, you are crowd funding a project with a mission statement – To push the boundaries of conventional thought, and practices, and to redefine the benchmarks for supplemental support programs.
Beekeepers who have varroa well controlled, understand the value of young queens, and the critical timing associated with feeding interventions will be able to add value to their beekeeping by incorporating these missing elements into their nutritional support program.
The intended use of BIO-ACTIVATOR and BIO-CONTROL is to provide a meaningful apiary support program that can be employed during high-stress situations for improved operational consistency and ‘control’ over season-to-season variability.