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    Re: Any one else read about the bees seized??

    From the local news....the yard was 20' x 30'. This is the type of guy that caused NYC to ban beekeeping many years ago. All you need is one moron.
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    Re: Treat or not to treat

    B,

    Great post! You have succinctly stated the position of the non-treatment group. I can certainly understand commercial beekeepers for treating their hives. However, in the long run is that...
  3. Re: For the beekeepers in the south east - What are you planting this summer and fall

    Mike,

    Mine grew about 3 to 4 foot tall and then fell over. You might want to stake it when it starts to get large. Even though mine feel over the bees are still working it. I never got around...
  4. Re: For the beekeepers in the south east - What are you planting this summer and fall

    I planted Borage right next to my hives and the bees seem to love it. It is either the first thing they forage or the last on their way back. It grows like crazy. I will try deadheading the...
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    Re: Do workers die in the hive?

    I usually see dead workers in front of my hives. Whether or not they are dragged out of the hive, I do not know.
  6. Re: Have the my hive! Need bees! Beginner help.

    Bill,

    Have you contacted these guys?

    Southeastern Beekeepers Club, Inc.
    James Thomas
    PO Box 121
    Cuddlebackville, NY 12729
    Phone: 845-856-5195
    james@tapstoneinn.com
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