Search:

Type: Posts; User: Oregonfree

Search: Search took 0.00 seconds.

  1. Replies
    5
    Views
    531

    Re: Transplanting milkweed?

    Most of the year milkweed does not transplant well, but if you dig (dig deep) it up in the early spring before it comes out of the ground and has foliage, the roots can be divide up into many pieces...
  2. Replies
    6
    Views
    638

    Re: Indoor Beekeeping

    Honestly, sry to burst your bubble but honeybees will not go for female cannabis flowers as cannabis is a wind pollinated species and the female plants haven't developed a need to attract pollinators...
  3. Replies
    4
    Views
    617

    Re: How soon? is too soon?

    I started in 2011, by picking up a bee tree from a lady's back yard. I couple of loggers had actually cut this section of 3ft+ wide log of ash vertically up and down right through the middle of the...
  4. Replies
    238
    Views
    29,190

    Sticky: Re: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    97543 Southern Oregon
    Native Plants
    Alder pollen Started Late January past full bloom
    Bay laurel started early Feb even saw some in December though it got to cold for all to blossom (personally...
  5. Replies
    4
    Views
    617

    Re: How soon? is too soon?

    Hey beesquad I don't normally post on here just read but, I'm from outside Grants pass as well. I agree with vance G only seperate them if they seem really full. All my hives have been very active...
  6. Replies
    20
    Views
    3,402

    Re: Wax dipping for preservation

    So would using beeswax instead of synthetic wax and rosin be as durable, of course negating the price difference, and also how much wax would anyone who has done this estimates gets used up per brood...
Results 1 to 6 of 6