Type: Posts; User: pndwind
Duh...it was too BIG.
I have other pictures but for some reason it will not let me upload them.
The description says it has thorns but this has none.
These are used as landscaping shrubs around a parking lot near where I work. They are just finishing up a bloom and put off an extremely sweet aroma you can smell 100 yds. away. Bees, wasps, etc. all...
Be very careful feeding large amounts of sub in small hive beetle territory.
If they are hot enough for you to be concerned you should be responsible enough to either re-queen or move them to another location whether or not they're Africanized.
To answer your question,...
Sounds like small hive beetle. Google small hive beetle larvae and look at the pics.
This thread looks like it may have saved me some trouble.
I mean seriously, would you want to eat sombody's butt? :D
Alarm phermone does not smell like bananas to everone, it doesn't to me at least. If it's only when they're agitated then it's probably alarm phermone.
There is a contact number at the bottom of the page.
Ethics have become something many states a strict about and if it was the...
If you search for the application instructions you should be able to get an idea of drying time.
Does Canada have extension offices?
A local beek should be able to do a trap out. Find a local bee keeping club and give them a call or do a search on craigslist.
Could you use her for a split?
I was looking at Sourwood a couple of days ago and it had blooms but they hadn't opened yet. I think its also time for the Tallow but I'm not as sure about that.
Without seeing it, of course, I would guess the wall is structural and there is no way it would be worth opening that wall of bees (kinda like a can of worms). I would do a trap out and seal all...
?????? to the strong ones?
What Is the latest in the season you have done successful walk away splits in the south east? I understand drones must be flying I'm just looking for actual experiences in my general area.
I see the one your talking about and it may be a queen but it's hard to tell from the picture.
It is a waste of bees to just let it die out. Shake the bees out near your other hives as you disassemble the laying worker hive, most will be accepted.