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    Re: Growth and Potential Split

    When you replace the four frames do not put them all in the middle of brood. Maybe just one in the brood nest with others to either side, or both sides.
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    Re: Do you plant flowers to avoid a dearth?

    Look at Hubam and yellow sweet clover.
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    Re: No Luck With Splits

    Yeah what Vance said. I would add make sure the queenless hive has eggs and young larva, preferably on new comb, not old dark hard comb.
  4. Thread: Stings

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    Re: Stings

    I am an optometrist, about 5 years ago a pt came in complaining with a metal foreign body in his cornea. He was not worried about the bee stinger imbedded in the temporal conjunctiva. He said it had...
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    Re: First Swarm Trap

    I believe partial shaded area and entrance facing south or east probably helps.
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    Re: Oxalic Acid question

    Sure, you can dribble oxalic acid. Not haveing the funds is understandable. Search... nijal100 oxalic acid youtube...Shows how to dribble using a syringe.
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    Re: Attempt at DIY Vaporizer

    I used two on mine. Works like a charm.
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    Re: Robbers on new Nucs

    Yeah that screen is way too small. Needs to be about 4" out from the entrance on each side. Or better yet a vertical opening about 5 or 6" inches above the opening.
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    Re: Foundation less Lang questions

    I have had bees two years and an extractor for one. My foundationless mediums extract fine with no wires. No need to crush and strain, although you can. And in western KY we say whomperjawed:)
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    Re: How to use Bee Scent as lure?

    Thanks Vance G, exactly what I wanted to hear.
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    How to use Bee Scent as lure?

    For those who use the product Bee Scent, what is your technique to catch swarms.
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    Re: After the "Big Freeze" advice needed

    [I keep thinking I'm losing this hive but it keeps on trucking and surprising me. It's on a sbb with a sticky board that I've been monitoring. The mite counts are increasing. I didn't count this time...
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    Re: Can winter bees eat hard candy?

    You are making this more complicated than necessary.......search, mountaincamp, If this method doesn't suit you than I would be surprised as it works and is super easy.
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    Re: Vegans don't eat honey?

    If we were all the same it would be a boring world!.....and who would we talk about then?
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    Re: For Southern Climates-Turnips

    My dad always sowed turnip seeds in the tobacco patch. He also grew the most lbs per acre in the state, of burley 2 years in a row in the late 60,s. I can picture him pulling a turnip and cutting it...
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    Re: Thrown into the Fray!

    Hot dang! I got an excellent from Michael Palmer. I will be grinning for days.:-)
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    Re: Thrown into the Fray!

    [QUOTE=rweaver7777;1209316]I ran across a fellow demolishing an old house this afternoon, and the house has a bee colony in it. Total demolition will occur in probably two weeks. So I have time to...
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    Re: comerical beekiping in ky

    Lyon county is starting beekeeping classes. I think Kent Williams is involved with the classes. He is a commercial beekeeper in Wingo,KY. Might be worth going and finding out. I think the classes are...
  19. Re: From a 1905 bee journal: How many colonies...in one location

    I was at Lincoln's birthplace in Harrodsburg, KY last year. Part of the display is a panaromic photo of the ribbon cutting in the early years of the last century. Not a tree in sight. Today standing...
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    Re: Best robber screen designs?

    I made some 4" long w shaped screens. They did not help much, longer is better for those in my experience.
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    No need to be discouraged in my opinion as a 2 yr inexperienced beekeeper, I love having bees that I have to treat as I work TOWARD treatment free bees. Trying to start off get bees from a source...
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    Re: Best robber screen designs?

    The screen one is what I use, except I only open 1" or so at the top. I got 8 stitches from my tablesaw this spring so these let me avoid that.
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    Re: Best robber screen designs?

    I made a "box" out of screen cut a 1"opening at the top and stapled it to the hive cheap, easy and quick. the size was about 5"x6".
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    Re: No Stores Going into Winter

    Two weeks ago I did the sugar water in the comb. Worked great as I instantly had 6 combs with sugar water stored in the hive. They did move it around some over the next few days. This particular hive...
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    Re: Acebirds one hive

    [QUOTE=Acebird;1174504]One eye is 20/30 and the other is 20/40 my prescription is not as powerful as it should be because I want glass lenses for longevity. If I get poly carbonate they will be...
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