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    Thoughts on feral colony,please

    Greetings,
    Second year for me.my Masonic mentor has concrete irrigation pipe in an abandoned walnut orchard. One of the stand pipes has bees going in and out of it. They are not there for water, it...
  2. Thread: Quiet Box

    by Sandbergr
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    Re: Quiet Box

    Thank you to both of you for sharing. Good luck this spring
    Rob
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    Re: Interesting Honey Bee Blog (link & info)

    Nice,thanks for sharing. Good luck to your son in his studies.
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    Re: Marla Spivak- TED 2013

    Thanks for sharing
  5. Re: Best Way To Clean Paint Strainer Cloth After Honey Extraction?

    I tie a piece of rope between two tree limbs,add a little grease to keep ants away and then turn the filter bag inside out and let the bees go to town. After the girls have cleaned I leave the filter...
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    Re: Is It Too Late.....

    Advertise for swarm pick up,also Pigeon Mountain shows packages available.
    http://www.pigeonmountaintrading.com/Category/1-22521-package-bees.aspx
    Good luck on your journey
  7. Re: HELP PLEASE: Newly hived package has left the hive

    well I am a newbie but my thought would be to ask your parents to place some sugar water out somewhat close to the hive. Good luck on your adventure
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    Re: Problem: Bees in the birdbath

    Yes the bees left the bird bath for the saucer. The saucer is 16" . I bought bagged dark colored rocks,which I smashed in a bag with a hammer,so it really seem to warm up fast. The bird bath still...
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    Re: Problem: Bees in the birdbath

    I placed a clay saucer from a pot,it is sealed with black paint,filled it with rocks , placed it on the ground next to my wife's bird bath and ALL the ladies are now happy.
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    Re: Varroa Mite Wash of Dead Bees.

    Well I am new, I wish I could answer but when I am lost I go to
    http://bushfarms.com/bees.htm. Michael is a great man and very kind in his answers. When done paying for my two sons college tuition...
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