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  1. Thread: Heather

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    Re: Heather

    The erica type are not hardy for freezing climates. The ling type are the ones fhat grows wild in scotland and are best suited for cold climates
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    Re: Are Magnolia trees benficial for bees?

    It depends. I live in NWNJ and when my magnolia blooms it is still too cold for the bees.
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    Re: Black Locust!

    I live in northern NJ and I got 5 black locust trees from the forest in November of 2012. they lined the road. They were dormant, I planted them and they sprouted late spring. They trunck were...
  4. Re: Minor wants bees how to negate liability?

    In the meantime how much did the seller lose in legal and invaluable personal time in the Texas case.
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    Re: polinating cacao

    Honeybees cannot pollinate cacao

    CACAO PRODUCTION
    POLLINATION
    The cacao flower, while only about the diameter of a ni
    ckel, is complex in design and behavior, necessitating
    a special kind of...
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    Do you smoke them when winter feeding?

    Today, it was rainy but mild, in the low 60's. I took this opportunity to feed them bee patties. I was relieved that there is a good amount of bees in 3 of my 4 hives. Nevertheless, when I opened...
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    Northeast Thaw

    Well, the three day warm weather recently experienced in the Northeast was not good for my bees. On the first day of the warm, I went to add granulated sugar to the hives. In one of my trips to the...
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    Re: Bee Happy in the Caribbean

    Im from the DR but i left 28 years ago for the US, but i do visit. My uncle used to be a caretaker of an apiary in the mountains and i never saw him inspecting them. What i can tell beekeeping is...
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    Re: Mann Lake Winter Inner Cover?

    Does anyone have a picture of a quilt box?
  10. Re: getting a little anxious. a lil help please

    I was anxious last night when I saw a bear roaming in my yard. I turned on the lights and checked the yard constantly through the night. I kept putting off intalling the electric fence, but today...
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    Re: PROPOLIS HARVESTER...any new idea?

    How do you use the hardened propolis.
  12. Re: Purple flowers along highways in Ontario

    Aster?
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    Re: queen not mated???

    Does she looks bigger than when you first found her?
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    Re: Brood in October in New England?

    But if you see emergency cells like in my case, the queen is gone. i lost two queens and saw queens cells. I destroyed them and combined them with two other hives.
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    Re: When is sugar the cheapest?

    Where can you get dirty sugar in NJ?
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    Re: Queen emergency and swarm cells

    The hive where I got the two frames, had fresh layed eggs today. Also, I checked thoroughly there was no queen on them.
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    Queen emergency and swarm cells

    Hi,

    The other day (3 days ago, about) I transferred two capped brood and bees frames from an Italian hive to a Russian hive. Today, I went to check on them and found several initial emergency...
  18. Re: Failing to remove burr comb- A SEASONAL DISASTER

    I did that on one of my hive and when I went to check the feeder was full of dead bee. I just held my head in disbelief at the mass suicide. There was about half of swarm of dead bees. I quickly...
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    Re: bear attacked

    You can spread peanut butter on a sheet of aluminum boil and hang it on the wire. The bear will sniff and lick it and get zap
  20. Re: Which plants/trees give nectar latest into fall and how late in your areas

    Stonecrop
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    Is this pest detrimental to a hive?

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    Hello,

    I keep seeing these pest in my hives by the inner covers. How bad are they?
  22. Re: Different Types of Bees Next to One Another?

    I have three different type of bees next to each other russian, italian and carni. I like varieties
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    Re: When will she stop laying

    I sent you a private message.
  24. Are Italian bees better at collecting nectar than other race?

    Today, I inspected 4 hives. Two Italians, one carnolian bought queen, and one carnolian queen (offspring of the store bought carnolian) with mutts babies (mixed with Italians). Back during the...
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    When will she stop laying

    Hi, I am in the highlands of Norther NJ, USDA 6b, elevation 1050 ft. It is starting to get as low as 45 degree at night occasionally. I checked my hives today and I saw lots of fresh eggs and...
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