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  1. Just bumping this to the top of the list. There...

    Just bumping this to the top of the list.
    There was some interest in this info on the Paltalk event last night
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    That is an awsome piece of work. Thank you

    That is an awsome piece of work.
    Thank you
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    Generally you would use follower boards at each...

    Generally you would use follower boards at each end of the top bars to help maintain proper bee space between the brood and the ends of the hive.
    Removing a follower board gives you the space to...
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    I haven't watched the Victory Garden in years. I...

    I haven't watched the Victory Garden in years.
    I became very disappointed in it for the same reasons you have expressed.
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    If you are going to keep a book, then it needs to...

    If you are going to keep a book, then it needs to have a sewn binding like a composition notebook.
    Do not tare out any pages.
    Only write on one side of a page.
    Date every entry.
    If you write...
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    The word "super" is short for SUPERFLUOUS! It...

    The word "super" is short for SUPERFLUOUS!
    It means extra or over abundant.
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    It seems to me that the entire pop-up window is a...

    It seems to me that the entire pop-up window is a link designed to look like you can "X" it out by clicking it in the corner, there by clicking the link.

    Does it show up in your task bar?
    If so,...
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    I didn't break anybodies rules about advertising....

    I didn't break anybodies rules about advertising.
    It was their nasty word filter that I bypassed by using the word b.i.o.b.e.e.s.
    I decided for myself that any forum that would resort to childish...
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    Dr. Pedro P. Rodriguez - FMGO/thymol

    Here is a link to the introduction thread:

    http://www.biobees.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=12552#12552

    When I posted this link on Beemaster.com, the word biobees was corrupted and the link was...
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    Sorry, I missed this reply or I would have gotten...

    Sorry, I missed this reply or I would have gotten back to you sooner.
    It is speculation on my part, but I have both store bought and home made and I can't tell the difference by feel.
    I make my own...
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    Poll: "We're going to keep taking poles until we get...

    "We're going to keep taking poles until we get the results we're looking for and then we'll act!"
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    If it's not fine enough, just whiz it up some...

    If it's not fine enough, just whiz it up some more.
    I don't think you can get it too fine.
    If you use a Mason jar instead of the blender vessel you can save a clean-up step and the powdered sugar...
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    Some commercial planters use pneumatic equipment...

    Some commercial planters use pneumatic equipment to inject the seed into the ground.
    The air pressure blows some of the coating off of the seed.
    It also persists in the environment so cover crops...
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    Yes Thomas, that was the blog. Thanks for...

    Yes Thomas, that was the blog.
    Thanks for posting the link.
    I now have it bookmarked.

    Tai
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    Try this: ...

    Try this:

    http://www.biobees.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=8098#8098

    I saw a very good description of this method in someone's blog, but I can't remember who or where.
    Maybe that person will read...
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    You double posted so here it is again. The...

    You double posted so here it is again.

    The label on the last jar of honey that I purchased says:

    "Honey is sold by weight. 1 Cup = 12 oz."

    I needed to research this for my mead.
    The recipe...
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    The label on the last jar of honey that i...

    The label on the last jar of honey that i purchased says:

    "Honey is sold by weight. 1 Cup = 12 oz."

    I needed to research this for my mead.
    The recipe calls for 10 lbs. which equals 13 1/3...
  18. Thread: Club Hives

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    Erin, Have you talked to anyone at the Audubon...

    Erin,

    Have you talked to anyone at the Audubon Society yet or is that just a thought right now?
    Two things come to mind right away.
    You will need to know there policy on treating your bees with...
  19. Thread: Poison Ivy

    by taipantoo
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    I think you are referring to naphtha soap.

    I think you are referring to naphtha soap.
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    Check out this link. ...

    Check out this link.

    http://www.discoverlife.org/mp/20q?search=Apoidea

    Hopes this helps.
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    I've got you in my 50,000.:D

    I've got you in my 50,000.:D
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    Are you referring to Housel Positioning?

    Are you referring to Housel Positioning?
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    An extractor was not mentioned, but I can see the...

    An extractor was not mentioned, but I can see the dilemma you are referring to.
    The comb could be put in a basket for maximum honey yield or crush and strain and also harvest wax.

    It is my...
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    If you are going to try foundationless, why not...

    If you are going to try foundationless, why not just use top bars?
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    I would also find out if they have an Historical...

    I would also find out if they have an Historical Society.
    Some properties are protected and this could cost you dearly in the long run if you start a cut out.
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