From NPR yesterday
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From NPR yesterday
Any Aphids in the trees? Most likely collecting honeydew
Not sure if your going to be loading them and moving them around but they look heavy.
Why didn't KC pinch hit for Aoki in the 8th, he was batting .077 for the world series? Also Escobar should have tried to bunt to start the 8th.
Where are you picking the drum up at? At the top rib? I don't have a problem with mine dropping, but it can sure put allot of dents in a barrel
I have never received an email back from them and have also found lots of errors on the website. However if you give them a call they are very helpful.
Sounds like you answered your own question.... John from Old Sol is a member here I think he goes by JBJ.
More cold weather? That means more time to hang out with the neighbors. --> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sq-w7lgtwsU
Pro sweet 77 from Mann Lake.
We have ours on small stainless steel tables with wheels so we can move it around.
We are being told bloom could be a week or 2 early?
It is excellent, not to sweet and best served chilled.
I thought the 110's were the diesel and the 100's were gas
Do you filter the wax? Or keep melting wax and pour off the top.
Simpson bee supply in OH
Not sure what shipping would be but worth a call.
Are you sure it is nectar, and not water? You may have a ventilation problem.
You can't get them to make you a blue one?
I was always told that showy goldenrod is theone that produces the most nectar
Interesting quote from Randy O.
"In general, most beekeepers' bees look poorer than normal. Lots of junk
being delivered to the orchards. Some unscrupulous beekeepers splitting
Once you have it you will have to cut it out. Dosent hurt to dip your pruners in a bleach solution. Once you have it cut out burn it
I am not sure of your setup but the 200 is a little heavy for beekeepers and the 100 has a gas engine unless its been upgraded. If it has been upgraded then that would be the way to go. If you could...
Looks like it has been approved for 9 states. Also it looks a little pricey- 2 strips per brood box. $11.6/ per treatment for a double?
My guess would be it is starting to crystallize.
I also called on it. Yes unfortunately it does look like its on a galvanized trough. Here is a pic of our set up, also without the guards on. ...
We have 2 of them, what do you want to know? I saw the pictures of the one you are looking at on saturday. You will need to get some guards made for it before you use it. They are good machines and...