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    Re: herbicide for white dutch clover

    Thanks guys this is the info. that i needed. (Poast):p
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    herbicide for white dutch clover

    I have planted about one acer of white dutch clover and there is some grass coming up in it.What kind of herbicide can i use to kill the grass but not kill the clover? Will post herbicide work?
  3. Re: Goldenrod in NC.......Lots of Bloom But No Nectar?

    Rain is the key. If you have enough mositure and the right species you have good chance of getting a flow. WE got 1 3/4 in. of rain last week. I am getting a good flow now.
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    Re: tankless water heater

    No need to heat space when it's 95 in the shade. I am heating water to clean up with. I am in Mississippi and have no need to heat my honey house.
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    Re: tankless water heater

    Not sure what your talking about. My tankless water heater is mounted on the wall.:s
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    Re: tankless water heater

    :banana: Update : Got my tankles water heater installed. I am using a 5gal tank to run it. Have all the hot water i need to clean up , wash hands etc. I think i am going to like it.:thumbsup:
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    Dadant sump tank

    I bought this tank this year to stop the bucket handling. Man i love it. All the wax floats to the top and the baffles hold it back, it has a float switch that turns the pump on. It is worth every...
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    Re: Goldenrod in West Georgia

    Rain. It takes moisture for the goldenrod to produce nectar. This is the first time ever i have seen bee working the early type. Last year they produced a surplus of goldenrod honey on the late type....
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    Re: speeding up filtering?

    I use a sump tank it will let the wax particles rise to the the top. Then use a pump to take off the honey from the bottom of the sump. Then you can filter with little problem.
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    Re: tankless water heater

    John i am not following you. ( A small tank will freeze up even inside @ 90*. )
    I will winterize this unit this fall.
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    Re: tankless water heater

    When i take off honey it's usally about 95. The bottle will be on the inside anyway.


    I found one on craigs list that was 200.00 and when i looked it up It sold new for 729.00.
    I also found a...
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    Re: tankless water heater

    >The savings from not installing propane should leave plenty of free cash available. <

    The thing about propane it does not have to installed. I can use a portable bottle as little as i will be...
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    Re: tankless water heater

    The problem is that i have a tri-plex line that runs from my brother-inlaws house to a dairy barn that is my shop and honey house. I am trying to cut his costs. That is why i am going with propane.
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    tankless water heater

    Thinking about installing a tankless LP water heater in my honey house. It will be like most it will be used only about six or seven days a year. Anyone use tankless.
  15. Thread: Lobee pump

    by Ted n Ms
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    Re: Lobee pump

    http://i612.photobucket.com/albums/tt208/tednms/th_photobucket-30106-1404151241769.jpg
  16. Thread: Lobee pump

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    Re: Lobee pump

    :thumbsup: Update on the lobee pump. I used it today to pump about 60 gals. of honey from my sump tank. Work likes a charm.:thumbsup:
  17. Thread: Burnt honey

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    Re: Burnt honey

    Acording to DR. Jeff Harris burnt honey is bad for bees. I forget what he said but think he said it would kill them.
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    Re: Where Do You Extract Honey?

    My honey house is an old dairy barn.
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    Re: 5 on 5 nuc or single deep?

    Will this work in Mississippi where we don't have that much cold weather. I would be concerned that if it stayed to warm they might use thier stores and starve out.
  20. Thread: Lobee pump

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    Re: Lobee pump

    Maybee i have a white elephant. No one knows anything about lobee?:o
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    Re: Looking for extractor

    Yeah what djei5 said. :)
  22. Thread: Lobee pump

    by Ted n Ms
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    Lobee pump

    I traded for a Lobee vane pump. To pump honey from my sump tank to a bottling tank or barrel/drum. I have little or no money in this trade. The guy said he used it last year to pump his honey. IT is...
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    Re: Swarm starting? (picture attached)

    Give them some space to come and go.
  24. Re: do bees eat the nectar before it converts to honey?

    Yes they eat nectar first. After they ripen the nectar down to about 17% moisture content they will cap it. During the ripening it can get moved around many times.
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    Re: Why do some of my frames have dark spots

    I can't tell for sure looking at the picture but it could be the bees raised some brood there. Can see what looks like pollen. Neither will hurt your honey.
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