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    Re: Is this a Disease?

    one recommendation , Take Pictures BEFORE you scrape,, scraping often makes it hard to see what is really there,,!!!!
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    Re: Bait Hive interest/curiosity?

    keep it open,, and let air and light into it,, wax moths want the old comb and it will take them little time to destroy what you have
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    Re: Will DE help with mites?

    Mites come in on the bees, they then enter the cells of brood just before they are capped. The mites lay eggs inside the cells,, and then when the new bees emerge, the new mites come out,, now ...
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    Re: The Generosity of Neighbors

    I have given many swarms to beginning beekeepers,, some flourish,, some dont,, some beekeepers pay attention, some dont,, but I am always willing to help
  5. Thread: SHB Trap?

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    Re: SHB Trap?

    you can float the oil on top of water,, greatly reducing the amount of oil you use
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    Re: Using old (new) frames?

    the box and frames are fine,, the foundation you show is Duragilt,, not even sure they make it anymore,, but if the wax coating is GOOD,, I am sure it can be used,, personally,, I use all...
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    Re: First problems

    contact your local association, Charleston area beekeepers
    www.charlestonbees.org

    843-729-2869

    get local advice
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    Re: Kentucky / Bullitt County regulations

    contact your local beekeeping association,, they probably have the info GOOGLE IT
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    Re: Beekeeper from SC

    Connie,
    Laurens has a large beekeeping club,, google SC State Beekeepers,, and look up info on your local club
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    Re: Hive Painting or Thompson Water Seal

    different woods and different climates require different wood protection plans,, contact your local beekeeping club!
  11. Re: Made a linseed oil wax/paste for inside the hive

    TRUE,, but I am not paying for that lumber,, and I dont care if it rots.. but I DO care about taking care of the outside of the hives to protect my investment,,

    so,, if Beregondo,, if you care...
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    Re: Hello from Stanly County, NC

    I did an experiment this year,, I have 4 yards. two I treated in Oct with MAQS,, every hive,, regardless of mite counts,, Two,, I took mite counts and only treated those hives that indicated...
  13. Re: Made a linseed oil wax/paste for inside the hive

    WHY worry about the inside of the hive,, protect the outside from the weather,, and let the bees take care of the inside,, after all,, I have never heard of a swarm of bees not moving into a...
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    Re: how much hives in one place

    it all depends on weather,, and what is available for forage
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    Re: Why I have never lost an over-wintered hive

    what is the thickness of your shim?
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    Re: Mann Lake Feeders

    why not contact mann lake?
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    Re: USDA Honey House

    here are two links that may get you what you need in SC


    http://agriculture.sc.gov/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Food-Processor-Guidelines-Angie1.pdf

    ...
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    Re: heater element for maxant bottling tank

    have you tried calling Maxant? they have always been good about providing info on their parts
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    Re: Caramalized sugar

    but carmelization is so easy to avoid,, you may boil water then TAKE IT OFF THE HEAT SOURCE BEFORE ADDING THE SUGAR,, this should be a NON ISSUE
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    Re: Extractor question?

    I would caution you to focus on what you NEED,, and then find a way to get it,, for example,, how many hives do you have? how much honey do you harvest on an average year?, are youi willing...
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    Re: homemade frames...

    and then only be able to pop the top bar off the rest of the frame..

    I learned a long time ago,, when a person has an opinion,, and will not listen to reason,, just get out of the way,, and watch
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    Re: homemade frames...

    guys ,, let billboard experiment,, he will soon find out why frames are made like they are,, after all he is not the FIRST person to do this,,
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    Re: New Weapon against mites! Oxalic Acid Vaporizers...

    good info!!
  24. Re: Where to buy non-neonicotinoid plants in Texas?

    I recommend you read about Neonicinitoids and how they are used - it will explain a lot.

    just google it
  25. Re: Where to buy non-neonicotinoid plants in Texas?

    Neonicitinoids are insectidices that are in the seeds of annual crops such as sunflower, corn, soybeans, etc.

    fruit trees would NOT have this issue, no matter WHERE they come from~~
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