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    Re: oxalic acid vaporizers

    :applause::applause: A Big thanks to John @ poorvalleybeefarm!! :applause::applause:
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    Re: Discouraged in Florida.

    Thank you for the responses. to answer your questions, No I do not do a mite count. I know that they are there and do powdered sugar "treatment" for all hives bi-weekly. I am considering using OAV...
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    Discouraged in Florida.

    Well all most 6 months into 2015 and I've lost 2/3 of my apiary. I started out this year with 15 production colonies and a hand full of splits. I am now down to five colonies and four splits. Its...
  4. Re: Anyone else in Central Florida not seeing a nectar flow yet?

    I will agree with you Radford. Orange bloom was sporadic, only a light flow going on here. Some colonies are putting up honey others are just getting by. Not the greatest spring for me here in West...
  5. Re: Collecting cool apiary photos - care to add?

    1783717836 here ya go :) My apiary.
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    Re: Bt works!

    Just curious will BT work on SHB larva also??
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    ugh wax moths!

    Had a few dead outs this spring and wax moth larva have been a problem. Where can I find some BT. I need to get this under control ASAP.
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    Burr... 15 degrees I couldnt hack it! Feeling lucky and blessed to be in Florida. Maple is grown as an ornamental down here except for the "swamp maple".Thistle realy has been the main nectar plant...
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    Very cool, I am interested in seeing your graph. Thistle has been in bloom all winter as we have not really had a frost yet this year. Low quat came in in January mostly pollen from that tree allong...
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    Swarm date 2/15 zip 33541 temps in the high 60's. About 1:00 in the afternoon.
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    33541 south east corner of pasco county. Florida.
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    Re: It begins.

    Thanks Bill, you will.
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    Re: It begins.

    The swarm was still in the tree after work today, after two attempts and a sting to the chin their in the box.:banana: It was all most dark when I hived them so im not sure if Ive got the queen....
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    Swarm today. Temps in the 60's. From one of my hives. Pasco county, Florida.
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    It begins.

    Swarm today! Went home for lunch, just in time to catch my first swarm of the season taking off. They settled in a tree about 20' away from the hives. Going to try and capture them after work.
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    Re: Florida beeks chime in.

    Thanks for the replies everyone! I think that I will pull some honey from the hives that have an excess. I am concerned that they will run out of room as the bees are still bringing in nectar. Seems...
  17. Re: Bushy Mountain Compact Extractor VS Mann Lake Stainless 6/3 Frame Hand Crank Extr

    I too have the Brushey Mt compact extractor. Its a nice little extractor if you only have a few hives. Its well made and easily extracts shallow, medium, and deep frames. My only complaint is that I...
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    Florida beeks chime in.

    We had a great fall flow here and now my supers are crammed full of honey. I'm running a deep and a medium or two for all my hives. My question is should I pull some honey or leave it for them to...
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    Re: Florida Newbee

    Welcome to beesource!
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    Re: Lifting and moving hives.

    I just moved my hives about 2 weeks ago. I sealed up the entrances with some window screen, closed off the sbb, and ratchet strapped the whole thing together. Took the hive off the stand and placed...
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    Re: help please.

    A big thanks to Cleo, for the info on the trap out. I have decided to go ahead and give it a shot. I will keep you posted.
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    Re: help please.

    I had a feeling that that would be the general consensus. I just wish I could help!! survivor bees genetics would be great in my apiary..

    Home owner stated he did not have the $$ to spend to pay...
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    help please.

    Howdy ya all. I received a call from a guy who purchased some of my honey a few days ago. He said I've got some bees at my house and their yours if you want them, so I went over to take a peek. His...
  24. Thread: Hello

    by Joeinthehills
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    Re: Hello

    Hello Mark,
    Welcome to beesource.
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    Re: ugh, another swarm.

    Buy in bulk, dont pay for shipping build what you can.
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