Type: Posts; User: cg3
I agree with Enjambres. Add supers according to progress, not time. And progress is indeed non-linear. As population increases, so does progress. IMO, a new beekeeper should check every week or 10...
The bees in the package are most likely Italians, with a caged Russian queen.
I just put it out dry. I don't believe the shelf life lasts until next year.
What information is in the UPC?
I agree with the other posters. Totally unneccessary to spray bees at installation.
Oh, great. Now I have to worry about baboons.
I don't understand why the OP is not worried by the flouride in the rinse water.
Cheap would be a plus, too.
Tough to offer an opinion on so little info.
My $10 ($5 per yard) gets me an hour or two with our 92 yr old inspector. Worth it at twice the price.
I made a lead out of a 12ga extension cord, Really sped it up.
HBH works well as a robbing stimulant, too.
Lots of Ohio and Yellow Buckeyes around me. Bees work the Yellow Buckeye heavily. I've not noticed any harm.
If you're concerned about shaking them through the hole in the top of the package, just take a razor knife and cut the screen from one whole side of the package. They'll all come out in one shake.
You wear it in front of or behind your fanny pack?
Reigion belongs in Tailgater.
20/20 still alive. Still too early to relax.
Geez- we knock off around +20. Biggest benefit is to the local bars.
I just made the short sides (with the frame rabbet) out of wood. Easy, solid connections.
Go on the websites of the companies listed above and request a hard copy catalog from them.
I rewax my frames. Places that I miss are slow to be drawn out. I believe Acorn offers double or triple waxing on order.
Anyone interested in seeing the patent application should check out the thread "Extractor-less honey by- "Honey Flow" - Flow Hive"