Type: Posts; User: Matt Beekman
Was just advised there is a small amount of bloom on an early variety (Sonora) in one of my orchards I pollinate. crazy
Any chance we could see a picture...great idea
Just wondering if any commercial beekeepers have had any experience with L.R. Rice Honey company and what is was. There website http://www.riceshoney.com/
Did you have any problems with your feeders leaking? Would like to see a pic of your feeder if possible. thanks
Just a simple question: What percentage of the hive in the summer time do you think comprises the field force? 20%? 40%?
Can you reference where you learned this? This is big news! Thanks
Question for Canadian beekeepers: if packages were allowed, do you think there would be a demand for queenless packages?
Nick can you offer some more info. on where you heard the rumor and under what terms? I read recently that Blueberry growers in Canada were looking into opening the border so that they could source...
Just sent you a PM
Micheal thanks for your response. After more research plus reading your comments the QMP doesn't have the stimulative effect that I thought it would. After initially reading Mann Lake's comments...
I wanted to know what kind of experience other breeders have had with Pseudo Queen with QMP (Queen Mandibular Pheromone). Has anyone tried it with breeders when prior to grafting to get nice sheets...
Are most Canadian beekeepers using 1 strip per 5 frames of bees or having success with a higher ratio of strips per frames of brood?
Has anyone had any luck using apiguard in almonds? Or is it too cold. I was thinking about 3 25gram treatments in the middle.
Thanks Joe. Are you introducing two frames at a time (90-120 cells) in your single?
Been using shaker boxes for starters and want to switch to a queenless starter. Do most people use a single or a double for their queenless starter? I want to continue to be able to introduce two...
Pat's carni's kick ass. Great honey production, build up and over-wintering.
How much $ For the 75-100 Lb. premix? Let me do the math and I'll give you an aswer.
I am not saying growers are making this conscious decision...but it is the result of the supply demand dynamics of almond pollination.
College football starts this week, so I guess we can legitimately begin every beekeeper's favorite pastime of speculating on what almond pollination prices will be for the 2013 almond pollination...