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  1. Re: How many bars of honey do you get from an established TBH?

    Hello friends of TBH, I harvested 14 kg honey. Swarm of May only top carrier.
    regards
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    Re: TBH Designs Wanted

    Hello friends of TBH,
    My design is based on Dadant, all compatible with honey rooms, floor board, etc.
    Greetings from the black bee Germany, Horst
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    Re: Request for photos: Foundationless Frame

    2424Hi Fans, my Dadant-modified TBH with a honey chamber
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    Re: Russell Apiaries SunKist Cordovan Queens

    Hello,
    You did, beautiful cordovan mongrels Here are my celebrities of F13


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  5. Thread: European Hornets

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    Re: European Hornets

    The distinction of hornet queens, workers (females) and males is simple. The sensor consists of 12 members of the females, the males from 13 groups, the female abdomen consists of 6 segments at the...
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    Re: Russell Apiaries SunKist Cordovan Queens

    Sorry, this is an automatic translation.
    Again this:
    Nice bee, but not adapted to ecological conditions.
    Is it the honey bee ecotypes in America?
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    Re: Russell Apiaries SunKist Cordovan Queens

    Too good to anschliesend in the almond orchards to spray dead and where is the resistance against viruses and mites ... is the American beekeepers deliver everything? Know what the eco-types?
  8. Thread: Bienenrassen

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    Re: Bienenrassen

    Hi, I also believe that it mostly concerns Krainer / Carnica, although these are gray, and wearing tight Filzbinden. Pure Apis mellifera ssp. mellifera have thinning hair on the abdomen and only weak...
  9. Thread: Bienenrassen

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    Re: Bienenrassen

    Hi Fans der schwarzen Biene, ich glaube es gibt noch reichlich Bestände der schwarzen Biene in USA. Hier in Deutschland sieht man nur Bilder von Tausenden, transportierten Bienenvölker die zur...
  10. Thread: Bienenrassen

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    Re: Bienenrassen

    Ok, but what about the "german black bee" ? die mellifera ssp. mellifera?
  11. Thread: Bienenrassen

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    Bienenrassen

    Hi, ich vermisse in diesem Forum eine Diskussion über Bienenrassen, gibt es nur eine Rasse in USA?
    Grüße, Horst


    Übersetzung von Deutsch nach Englisch

    Hi, I miss it in this forum a discussion...
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    Encaustic Painting

    Hi friends, what makes her all the bees-wax product?
    Check it out here!
    www.bee-natural.de
    LG. Horst
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    Call for ban on deadly pesticides

    Hi Freunde der Erde,
    gebt eure Stimme ab für eine bessere Zukunft

    Hi Friends of the Earth,
    Give away your vote for a better future

    Horst

    https://secure.avaaz.org/de/save_the_bees/?vl
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    Re: Deformed Wing Virus an Hummeln

    Thank you for pointing that explains a lot.
    Horst
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    Re: Deformed Wing Virus an Hummeln

    Hi oldtimer,
    how is it related to infection with the DWVirus to bumblebees? By the Varroa mite? Or, by food, honey?
    I think it is a very serious issue.
    Best regards, Horst
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    Deformed Wing Virus an Hummeln

    Deformed Wing Virus an bumble
    Hi,
    are a number of years I have observed stunted wings on our wild bumble bees (Bombus lapidarius) only queens, others were local bumble bees of Bombus terrestris...
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    Re: Queens and Q-cell types.

    Sponge cells are very good, re-queening silence even better, but only because I know from my bees this bee. Long fingers with egg strips clamped upside down between the frames in 3 Dadantwaben...
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    Re: How far north do you get wax moths?

    Hi Freunde der Wachsmotte, diese benötigt mindestens 15 Grad Celsius zur Vermehrung.
    Wer keine Wachsmotte haben will der sollte auch keine Brutwaben lagern.
    Grüße, Horst
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    Re: Russian Honey bees

    Genetically, the Primorsky bee is a subform of the Balkans with the elements macedonica, caucasica, and possible even the black bee, so C-Line (mtDNA).
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    Re: Russian Honey bees

    Hi, as I understand it is when your Russian bees around the Primorsky, this is a C-line (carnica, ligustica, caucasica). The real Russian mellifera mellifera bees, known in USA as a German black bee....
  21. Thread: Wasps

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    Re: Wasps

    Paper wasps (Vespula germanica and Vespula
    vulgaris) states are 1 year; to 5000
    Workers in a race to November in Germany,
    About 500 young queens leave the nest and drones.
    Mud wasps are...
  22. Thread: Wasps

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    Re: Wasps

    Hi, tu nichts, Papierwespen (Vespidae) sind einjährig und verlassen das Nest im Herbst, Lehmwespen (Eumenidae) sind solitäre Wespen und überwintern als Brut in den Nestern. Sei froh das du diese noch...
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    Re: How do you handle hornets

    Hornet Vespa crabro the species are too rare to order now
    to harm the bees, but wasps, especially the
    German wasp (Vespula germanica) harming the bees very much. I have narrowed the entrances and...
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    Re: Hello, aus NRW, Germany

    Hi Alex, I am very pleased with the friendly
    Welcome. I'm still 13 hives and the Varroa
    gives me such great care in each year. I treat
    my bees with oxalic acid instillation, and 3 to 4 times...
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    Re: How do you handle hornets

    Wasps (Vespula germanica and vulgaris) can be very
    cause a nuisance and the bees a lot of damage if they
    occur in masses. Hornets us the type (Vespa
    crabro) as these are often much rarer in our...
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