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  1. Re: Any other newbie getting frustrated with their new hive?

    Hi MsBeHaven.

    I have a poor hive in Birmingham that I'm trying to save as well. Checking on them today, probably. (We requeened 2 weeks ago, after them failing to create a queen from brood from...
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    Re: Insecticides and fungicides

    I think NPR is a good source, and don't plan to discontinue getting info from it. Here's the link:...
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    Re: Insecticides and fungicides

    Hm.. there was something about this on NPR not long ago. Initially, the GMO pest resistance was awesome, but the pests have evolved to be resistant to the pest resistance over the past few years. So,...
  4. Re: First-time beekeeper with hive dwindling to nothing

    Kit--

    I don't know much, but if I were you, I'd go ahead and order a queen. A frame of brood might lead to a laying queen within a month or so, but I think that they'd be more likely to recover...
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    Re: SHB are out of control

    I posted about this in another thread. (The "SHB destruction *graphic*" one.)

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    I've been having a rough time with the SHB up in Birmingham as well. (Though, not as rough a time as you've...
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    Re: SHB destruction *graphic*

    cbf--I've been having a rough time with the SHB up in Birmingham as well. (Though, not as rough a time as you've been having by the looks of things...) You can expect to have them in your other hive...
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    Re: Hudgins Apiary in Cedartown, Georgia...

    Well... they do have queens now, as I just ordered one. And, boy have I had trouble finding one. It seems like lots of apiaries in the southeast are sold out at the moment. . . I'll have to follow up...
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