Turbo Hive - 2 Weeks Notice May Be Required
Turbo Hive - 2 Weeks Notice May Be Required
Turbo Hive - 2 Weeks Notice May Be Required
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Turbo Hive - 2 Weeks Notice May Be Required

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HIVES AVAILABLE WITH NOTICE - CONTACT US DIRECTLY TO ORDER

At least two weeks notification is generally required for Turbo hive purchases outside of the spring period, please contact us to arrange an order, especially if immediate delivery is desired and/or if 10 or more hives are required.

Please Note: We strongly recommend avoiding rural delivery and cannot guarantee the safe and timely arrival of hives through the rural system.

This hive can be used in in outdoor crops with flowering periods shorter than 4 weeks.

Bumblebees are exceptional pollinators, in many aspects superior to honeybees.
 
Ideal for pollinating a wide variety of fruiting plants including apricots, blueberries, broad acre seed crops, cherries, melons, nectarines, passionfruit, peaches, persimmons, plums, pumpkin, raspberries, strawberries, and many more! Please visit our pollination section for commercial pollination information or contact us directly.

The hive contains an active queen, her workers (approx. 200) and developing brood. We recommend you read our outdoor pollination checklist, and provide the hive with some additional shelter or a wooden housing to protect it from rain, as the packaging is not weather resistant.

The hive is supplied at mid stage in its development. The bees will follow their natural life-cycle, the hive may develop in strength before eventually declining in numbers and ultimately ceasing to exist. Nearing the end of the hive's life, many new queens should be produced, these will hopefully take up residence in your area the following season. 

Bumblebees are usually more docile than honeybees, hence the misconception that they can't sting. It is important to note that they are capable of stinging and will do so if threatened. Please visit our safety section for more information.
For those interested in commercial pollination of outdoor crops with longer pollination periods (4 weeks or more), we recommend you consider our standard hive option.