OK the forum not BS.
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OK the forum not BS.
I guess I am pretty naive. I thought people did come here to learn how to keep bees, regardless of their experience.
100lbs per hive! I say this with no bitterness but I believe you have just doomed me to failure. I will continue to hope or perhaps compare to others nearby.
Listening to Pancho and lefty right now. Thanks for the reminder:)
Hey! I resemble that comment:)
Agreed Ace, that is what I see.
Thanks, OT, I have seen some pretty unfriendly past threads. I try to avoid them as I think we are all much more than what is seen in our posts.
Who are all these newbies promoting TF? Clearly, MB is not a newbie. I know there are other TF beekeepers out there, but it seems to me they are pretty reserved, and not because of universal...
I think it was pretty clear he does use miticides. He stated he did 4 treatments per year and liked to rotate which products he used.
Wow, I've got several hundred dollars worth in my basement. I thought it was just kindling.
I've seen this done at a horse barn, as there are cats and dogs to worry about. They placed it in a locked stall and screened the windows to keep out the cats. Unfortunately, rats and/or mice...
My nephew. In love with all things trash, the grosser the better.
Building a garage for trash/sewer trucks:D
Thanks Rich, this sounds better, I think I have to take another look at how the Masonite and rim go together.
The Masonite is not attached to the pine frame it is just centered and separate. I could nail and glue the frame to the edge but it is pretty thin. Does Masonite crack easily?
OK I have contact cement and various others. I will keep looking.
Well I have plenty of TBII. I was worried it was only for wood. Thanks.
I purchased some telescoping covers from Humble Abodes not realizing they came unassembled. They have a pine frame, and a square of Masonite which sits in center. What type of glue should I use to...
I think this is more in line with what Marysia is concerned about in regards to Cape water...
8 tablespoons (1 stick) butter
1 3/4 pounds onions, halved, thinly sliced
2 1/4 pounds rutabagas, peeled, cut into 1/2- to 3/4-inch pieces
2 tablespoons honey
Melt 5 tablespoons...
I am curious about this notion that one should relocate their hives to protect them from chemical exposure. I have four locations I could rotate my hives, all chemical free if you ignore the fact...
Thanks, very good instructions. I guess I can try both to compare. I like the idea of the sugar being dissolved in fondant but the blocks seem quicker.