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    Re: Howdy. Got a few a questions.

    This can be approached historically by the millions of pounds of honey consumed each year with no hysteria from bacterial contaminated honey.
    The safety of honey can be viewed scientifically as has...
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    Re: Understanding these queen cells

    Thank you, I saw some nectar and ripening honey when I looked around the area, but I did not see any other larvae. I just wondered about the queen cells being apparently separated as they appear. ...
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    Understanding these queen cells

    This is my second year of bee learning.
    I have 5 hives in my urban yard, all 4 of last years hives my hives came through winter and I made a few splits for other people.
    I also captured a good...
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    Sticky: Re: Please Post your Swarm Dates?

    March 27, 2011
    Sacramento, CA
    Approximately 4 pound swarm at state capitol grounds. In a camellia bush about 18 inches above the ground, taped off with caution tape. Nice easy capture, was not able...
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    Re: Is this a honey plant?

    At least there is some thought that bees frequent the saguaro cactus.
    Saguaro National Park is really a beautiful park, both sections.

    http://www.delange.org/Saguaro/Saguaro.htm
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    Re: Newbee in Colorado

    I am also just a new keeper. I am in a residential area and have 4 hives in my yard. A six-foot wooden fence surrounds the yard. Even in my yard, the bees are not a problem; they exit the hives,...
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    Re: Hello from Sacramento

    Ray,
    We spoke at one of the beginning classes and very briefly at a SABA meeting. So far I am really enjoying this endeavor. I am sometimes not sure what to expect yet. The hive started from the...
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    Hello from Sacramento

    Hello to everyone from Sacramento, CA. This spring in California has had unusual weather but the bees are doing their best. It seems that there are a lot of first year beekeepers like myself,...
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