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    Re: Anyone know what tree this is?

    Hi!
    The Golden Rain Tree may be alright. Some invasives are more prolific than others like Kudzu and Fireants. Others are great like
    Honey Bees and Black Locust!
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    Re: Anyone know what tree this is?

    Hi again,
    Driving home, looking at all of the Alanthises, I realized I was wrong. :) sorry. I will go with Golden Rain Tree too.
    My pet peave is invasive species. (different subject just for a...
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    Re: Anyone know what tree this is?

    Hi,
    Here in Tennessee, we have Alanthis. I'm not sure if the spelling is right. The blossum and the fact that everyone thinks sumac leads
    me to think it is an Alanthis. They are a non-native...
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    Sticky: Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    Sourwood!
    Spring City, TN
    37381
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    Re: Hey - beginner beek from Ontario

    Welcome Oddmott! This is a great place to learn! Ask away. Your best teacher will by your own mistakes. Don't be ashamed or discouraged by them.
    Last year was a learning year for me, but I have...
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    Re: New Traps Painted for the Picky Bee's

    Those are nice! I was going to say that the roof seems a little cock-eyed.
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    Re: Getting a drink

    That is really a nice picture!
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    Re: need advise asap please

    Thanks! I'm going to research that. I tried to design a transition, but never built it. LOL
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    Re: need advise asap please

    I know y'all must be very anxious for things to warm up! Goodness. Our lows are running around 60 even on the plateau. I've had bees for a total of 6 years, but I've learned to not force them...
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    Re: need advise asap please

    Hi Lowhog,
    You may be on to something! I didn't know they went down in a tree. I guess I just meant that they don't naturally go out to a ten frame before they go up, but thanks for the tip. You...
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    Sticky: Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    Chinese Chestnut
    Yucca
    Palonia
    Spring City, TN 37381
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    Re: need advise asap please

    Hi rongezilla, Hmmmmm. Well, I would add an empty super with empty frames below the feeder to lure them back down a little. Bees naturally want to go up like in a tree instead of out. Let's wait and...
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    Re: Hello from north west Georgia

    Welcome Shaper! I'm from Cartersville, but now live north of Chattanooga. Northwest GA is a great place to live and raise bees!
    Good luck!
  14. Thread: Newbee in WV

    by jrose1970
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    Re: Newbee in WV

    Welcome to Beesource! It sounds like you are off and running.
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    Re: New to bees from Gary Indiana

    Welcome Ryan,
    I passed through Gary last week. That is a busy interstate! Congratulations on your bees!
  16. Thread: Weak Hive

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    Re: Weak Hive

    Thanks FlowerPlanter, I will check the post out.
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    Re: Weak Hive

    I did lose two other hives over the winter. They almost made it, but it got down to zero in February, which is rare, and that got them. I knew I had to feed them, but was afraid to open them up. ...
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    Re: Weak Hive

    Hi again,
    Thanks for the advice. I don't have another hive to pull from, but it would sure help if I did.
    That's pretty serious about EFB isn't it? I read the entire post that you linked to...
  19. Thread: morels

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    Re: morels

    Hi again,
    In Georgia, the Indians used red clay for dye. They also used gum balls. We called them "ink balls" and they were different from Sweet Gum balls.
    They had a solid exterior. I forgot...
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    Re: Weak Hive

    Hi Beesohappy,
    I was thinking she was a failing queen too. I hate that, but I think she is a 2013 model.
  21. Thread: Weak Hive

    by jrose1970
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    Weak Hive

    Hey Guys,
    The hive I had that made it is very weak. It has a queen and some emerging brood, but there are no new eggs.
    It has only two frames of bees. They are hardly foraging, even though we...
  22. Thread: morels

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    Re: morels

    Thanks for the heads up on the dangers. I am very aware of that. I read in a wild foods book that if you ate, say a toadstool, that it would be the most violent, painful death you could die. So the...
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    Sticky: Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    Apple (Not sure of the variety.)
    Good picture of Red Deadnettle.
    Red Deadnettle here too. LOL (Been in bloom for about 2 weeks.)
    37381
  24. Thread: morels

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    Re: morels

    Hi mcon672,
    Haven't seen any, but I not good at recognizing mushrooms. Is there anything close to morels in appearance that would be dangerous?
    Thanks!
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    Re: Hi, I am a New-bee

    Welcome to Beesource!
    These folks are a great source of information!
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