This is it.
Type: Posts; User: Walts-son-in-law
This is it.
To clarify, the one Walt was looking for shows a red, flat bed trailer with 10 hives on it. If I remember correctly, I was standing off to one side, looking towards the tongue end of the trailer. I...
My apologies to you and all others. Perhaps my last sentence was too harsh. In my defense, I have been a research engineer for over 20 years. We float theories all the time, it's the...
OK, how about independant, unbiased, non-solicited proof?
We just received a copy of an article written by a beekeeper in Georgia. Using Nectar Management he harvested 144...
Walt gave you all a slightly incorrect email address for the manuscript. He gave you Walt Wright_ at hotmail dot com. It should have been:
Waltwright_ at hotmail dot com (No space...
This is Roy
For any of you that tried to copy and paste the chart, I now know that wouldn't have worked. Apparently the forum deletes multiple spaces. I have editted the post to replace all of...
This is Roy, for me.
Wow, now that I look at the actual post I see that the chart is REALLY messed up. I thought that if I wrote it in Courier it would post in Courier. Apparently not.
I am very pleased that someone has taken the time to compare the effects of checkerboarding versus standard management, and report the results. In this comparison, the results are not all...
Checkerboarded hives normally supercede after repro cutoff. Less than 6 cells is typically supercedure, no matter where they are located. Read "Supercedure" article in POV on this...
In a nutshell you have stated one of the main ideas in Walt's Nectar Management scheme.
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Walt's "Nectar Management, Principles and...
Thanks for the kudos for Walt. He'll get a kick out of this.
Roy, for me
I will print this for Walt.
Roy, from me
I was watching BBC America last night and caught the tail end of a commercial for a spot that will be on BBC World News America about honey bees. Seems like it was going to be about some company that...
I was watching BBC America tonight and caught the tail end of a commercial for a spot that will be on BBC World News America about honey bees. Seems like it was going to be about some company that...
Walt doesn't like to 'toot his own horn', but I don't mind. Walt offers a 60 page manuscript for just $8.00 explaining, in detail, his methods, why they work, and what to look for. ...
The above link only covers the articles through Sept. '06.
For all of those providing a link to Walt's articles, let's give Barry his due. He has done a fantastic job of pulling...
I'll give this to Walt. He's always pleased to hear success stories. Any more out there?
Keith Jarrett & danno1800,
Thanks for staying with me through this long and tortuous endeavor. Regret that the results were not more positive.
Sprig (and other interested parties),
The manuscript is still available.
Send an email to waltwright[underscore][at]hotmail[dot]com and I will send you full instructions. Items...
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Found this one kind of late, bu printing for Walt.
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