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    Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow"

    Barry, that video you linked to seems to show the "plastics " one again, think you mean this second video they made, which shows the plastic comb splitting vertically at 2:18.
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    Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow"

    Only seen the application.

    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/20140370781.pdf
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    Re: Oxalic acid. To dribble or vaporize?

    Latest Lasi report Jan 2015.



    https://www.sussex.ac.uk/webteam/gateway/file.php?name=lasi-annual-report-2014.pdf&site=60
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    Re: Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow"

    Seems to be very much like this device.... wonder why it never caught on.
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    Re: Flow Hive- this look interesting

    Don't know if this has been posted, recently posted on one of our UK forums.

    Patent for a 1940s Flow hive ...reminds me a bit of something in this thread.
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    Re: Just don't know what to buy

    You could start with something really new, a brand new flow hive, short video below titled the flow TM hive, in which Michael Bush comments on them as revolutionary and amazing.
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    Re: Management changes for flow hive

    That is the bit that strikes me as rather a strange thing to be doing.

    Found this blog site with a few extra views on the subject.

    http://blainenay.blogspot.co.uk/
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    Re: Flow Hive- this look interesting

    ....http://images1.freshpatents.com/imageviewer/20140370781-p20140370781
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    Re: Honey On Tap Straight From the Hive?

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    http://www.honeyflow.com/
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    Poll: Re: Do you Build or Buy your Hive Bodies?

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  11. Thread: Hello

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    Re: Hello

    Welcome to Beesource Tcqf.
  12. Re: How Much "Breeding Progress" Can Really Be Expected?

    I am sure that neither the drones or the workers flew as far as the mating station to gather honey, the distance and topography would hinder this, plus they would encounter heather way before ever...
  13. Re: How Much "Breeding Progress" Can Really Be Expected?

    Juhani,
    there is hardly any heather in the area anymore, there was more many years ago, now it is mainly scrub, sedge grass, gorse, and for ling heather honey other beekeepers would not...
  14. Re: How Much "Breeding Progress" Can Really Be Expected?

    Leak a bit... a good way to describe it, but i have not yet found it to leak at all, even during very good mating conditions, mainly due to the topography i believe.

    However BA did have a problem...
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    Re: Small Scale VSH genetics and hybridization

    We use very isolated mating stations, out in the middle of the open moors, one on Dartmoor set up back in the 1920,s by Brother Adam, and another on Exmoor, virgin queens in these apairies will not...
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    Re: Small Scale VSH genetics and hybridization

    Cannot speak for Jonathan, but i am sure, well 99.9% and a bit more sure, it is the whole reason i take them there.
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    Re: Oxalic acid vapor vs Thymol

    Sublimox, made in Italy, not cheap to buy, but very effective and well made.

    http://www.eng-service.com/api%20caratt%20sublim%20apfPLUS.htm
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    Re: Oxalic acid vapor vs Thymol

    Yes if you use a faster vaporizer, the one i use takes 25 seconds per treatment, continuous from one hive straight to the next, without the need to cool down, and no need to slide right into the...
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    Re: question for dr. latshaw aka jsl

    Quite a lot of syrup feeding needed to be done for the four way mating nucs on Dartmoor, it is not a good place for nectar collecting, there is one of this type of four in one feeders for every box,...
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    Re: all in one queen cells cast in wax

    Turns out more like the wax cell cups from the silicone moulds that Thornes sell.
    http://www.thorne.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=4464
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    Re: Small Scale VSH genetics and hybridization

    Depends on who is doing the inseminating, they can head full size colonies and be productive for three years, often superior to naturally mated queens.

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    Re: Hand fertilization, good read

    Some more threads on this subject.

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?209348-Hand-Fertilization/page2
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  23. Re: Replace the queen of quick and simple way : is it true?

    These also work very well, just cut the end off, bit expensive from this place though.

    http://www.amazon.com/1-5mL-Microcentrifuge-tubes-Natural-colors/dp/B0017UDKOU
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    Re: Monsanto (Bayer) and Bees

    Out of interest, what are the imported weeds that are choking the prairie grasses to death, where did they come from, how did they get there?
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    Re: Small Cell Benefits

    Well, being as the cells are smaller, the queen does not have to walk so far to each cell...so maybe she gets the time to lay more eggs.:)
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