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    cleaning the extractor

    It's that time here in Tennessee. And not a month too soon! Last spring we suffered through a four month long drought and consequently had no spring honey flow. We did have a nice late summer/autumn...
  2. Thread: Bee sting

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    Re: Bee sting

    Have any of you heard of a sting site swelling again after several days?

    On Sunday, my mother was stung on the bottom lip and by nightfall her lip had swollen to four or five times its normal...
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    Re: Michael Bush in Nashville

    Latest details here:

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?268826-UPDATE-Michael-Bush-Workshop-Nashville-TN-on-3-June-2012-from-3-7pm&p=796247#post796247

    or here:
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  4. UPDATE: Michael Bush Workshop - Nashville, TN on 3 June 2012 from 3-7pm

    MICHAEL BUSH WORKSHOP in NASHVILLE, TN


    DATE:
    Sunday, 3 June 2012 from 3pm to 7pm (doors open at 2:30 to collect money and get everyone in).



    LOCATION:
    Trevecca University (Google...
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    Re: Michael Bush in Nashville

    I'm there, dude!
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    DANG! I'd hate to see the size of the bluebirds in Blacksburg. :eek:
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    Spotted and captured a 5 lb. swarm about ten feet above ground in a cedar tree around 2:00 PM. The WX was mostly sunny, 82F and breezy with possible storms 12 hours off. This yard is located in...
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    Re: Installing 2 packages

    RCorl, here is a video of SteveBee and I installing pkgs in adjacent TBH last spring. Good luck.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt9qhuP6k4A


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt9qhuP6k4A
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    Re: Hello from Middle Tennessee

    'lo Jeff. Welcome to beesource.com. Set up some swarm traps/bait hives real soon and get right back in there. Free bees make better honey.
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    Re: Opening the broodnest

    SteveBee and I were discussing this earlier. He thought we should move a couple frames of brood up, and I thought we should move them down. We're using eight frame mediums, and we have an empty...
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    Re: Update on narrow frames from Kelley

    Thanks for the heads up. When ordering frames from Kelley's back in Oct., I asked about narrow frames and was told they could make them but there would be an additional charge and a delay in...
  12. Re: first year for bees in smithville, tn, & pkg AND nuc??

    Hi Stacy and welcome to beekeeping and beesource.com. Here are two clubs in your neck of the woods.

    http://www.cookevillebeekeepers.com/

    http://wilsoncountybeekeepers.org/

    David LaFerney is...
  13. Re: Monsanto is guilty of chemically poisoning a French farmer

    For the record, the subject line was supposed to be "Monsanto FOUND guilty..." instead of "Monsanto is guilty..." but I wasn't paying attention and flubbed it.

    Nevertheless, Monsanto is a...
  14. Monsanto found guilty of chemically poisoning a French farmer

    In a major victory for public health and what will hopefully lead to other nations taking action, a French court decided today that Monsanto is guilty of chemically poisoning a French farmer. The...
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    Re: Hello from Middle Tennessee

    Hi Joel. Welcome to beesource.com. I would love to live up your way... and not just because of Ralph's bakery.

    Greg
    just down the road in Lebanon, TN
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    Finally, some good news on pollinators

    http://www.theonion.com/articles/bee-species-rediscovered,26841/

    Thank you. Good night.
  17. Re: overwintering drawn comb above inner cover of a hive

    Now why did that not occur to me? <face palm>

    That makes perfect sense, and although I thought something seemed off about stacking the empty comb above the colony, the problems that might cause...
  18. overwintering drawn comb above inner cover of a hive

    Is there anything wrong with placing a couple boxes of empty drawn comb above the inner cover on an active hive?

    In a spur-of-the-moment decision yesterday, I placed two medium boxes of frames...
  19. Re: winter is about to begin, any suggestions on good beekeeping books for winter rea

    I bought this for a friend, then borrowed it. Great book!
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    Re: Do I really want to keep bees?

    :lpf:
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    Re: My horn faced bees are emerging and mating!

    Omie, Thank you for the information and tip on crownbees.com. After browsing around Dave's site for an hour or more yesterday, I now have a better idea of how to get started. I have a couple good...
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    Re: My horn faced bees are emerging and mating!

    Hi Omie,

    I want to put out a block or two for solitary bees here in late winter or early spring. Do you have any advice on luring them to a new block and new tubes? I'd prefer to attract native...
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    Re: hi from nashville

    Following Pete's lead, you might find the Wilson County Beekeepers Association meetings more convenient. They are an active bunch with members from most surrounding counties. WCBA usually meets at...
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    Re: hi from nashville

    Hi Nash1521,

    Welcome to beesource.com. You've come to the right place, but I bet you're in for a l o n g winter. How'd you come to want to keep bees?

    Greg
  25. Re: Are mini nucs big enough to produce good queens?

    David, did you hear Dan Purvis on Friday?
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