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  1. Re: I need suggestions on transporting a Nuc.

    Welcome John!
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    Re: Central Oregon Newbee

    Welcome Lee!
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    Re: Hello from Central Illinois

    Welcome Chris!
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    Re: Hello from southern AZ.

    Welcome BR!
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    Re: Gotta say hey

    Welcome!
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    Re: New Backyard Hacker/Beekeeper

    Welcome Gary!
  7. Re: 2014 University of Florida Bee College, Whitney Lab, Marineland, Florida March 7,

    They show me in a coat with an inspector's jacket over that. Isn't that cool enough? or do you mean how exciting it is?
  8. Re: New to beekeeping this year question on installation

    Welcome Ben!
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    Re: Hello!

    Welcome Jack!
  10. 2014 University of Florida Bee College, Whitney Lab, Marineland, Florida March 7, 8

    http://kingdom.ifas.ufl.edu/javieredwards/UF%20Events/UF%20Bee%20College%20030714/Gallery/UF%20Bee%20College/
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    Re: Inspection duration

    Time is dependant on experience and purpose of the inspection. I can do a couple hundred hives a day.
  12. Re: Brown Fecal spots from new packaged bees

    Even bees from a single hive will have multiple paternal lines. Queens mate with several drones during the mating flight. Polyandry is actually a survival trait of social insects. Beekeepers select...
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    Re: Hello from Fort Gay, WV

    Welcome!
    "If the bee disappeared" is actually a quote from Maurice Maeterlinck in The Life of the Bee. Albert Einstein is not the author.
  14. Re: Hello from Spring, TX (North Houston)

    Welcomme HWD!
  15. Re: Hello from Beeswax Artist in Wake Forest, NC

    Welcome BP!
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    Re: new in NY

    Welcome Pat! You do not have to do anything, but you could dip them in bleach water to kill the mold.
  17. Re: Hello from Wisconsin new bee here

    Welcome David!
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    Re: New bee inherited hives in NY

    Welcome MH2!
  19. Re: Let's hope this year they thrive

    Welcome NP!
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    Re: Hello from Arkansas

    Welcome!
  21. Re: First hive inspection Day 17 when to add new super?

    When what they have is 70 to 80 percent full of brood or food add another super. Drawn comb even with good bee coverage is stressful to the hive heating cooling, humidifying, ventilating and...
  22. Re: Beekeeper creates coat of living bees

    What is crazy about working with bees? It is not a dangerous stunt if you know what you are doing. 20 stings is actually a little high. If they had used more nurse bees and less foragers he should...
  23. Re: Hullo from urban farmer, Sydney, Australia

    Welcome UF! Does the hive have food (nectar/honey) in it or not?
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    Re: Sarasota flordia bloom listing

    http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/in848
    Table 3.
    Management calendar for south Florida.
  25. Beekeeper creates coat of living bees

    Beekeeper creates coat of living bees - in pictures

    It began as a bit of fun and became a personal challenge for one semi-naked man and approaching half a million bees. Crowds gathered in...
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