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Sounds like a great offer...
thinking about using hopguard as a weapon against varroa.
what is coldest temp outside i can use it in fall/winter?
I like it
thats an idea. the fitting I think i am looking for is the one on the previous video about using a water jug.
found plans for a catcher net but it had a inside cone with a open bottom and i agree it...
Agree, am thinking something with maybe a spring opening and a pull cord to close it. Still how do I attach it to a pole. A paint handle is a good start
looking to build a swarm catching net.
saw one that used a extention paint pole (i have) A empty 50 lb feed bag (i have) and a wire hoop (also have)
What i do not have is a easy way to attach it...
Its "meat eating" time for local YellowJackets.
I have had 3 hives destroyed by them this last weekend.
All three hives were weak and thats why they could not defend.
Are there any...
Wore my new ultrabreeze this evening. Felt the durability was worth the extra price, the others had complaints about fit and cleaning.
MOST cool.. My question tho is this. Anyone ever been stung...
Have a queenless hive, Looking for a mated hygienic queen.
Phil Camas Valley, Oregon
This evening I will be picking up a habited swarm box at a remote location.
This box is about the size of a large super and has frames, There are apparently bees going in and out 2 days ago.
Thank you, did not see a special place for removals, will look again
I am scheduled to remove a 7 yr old hive this morning in a roof of a small attached shed.
It is running about 60 degrees and lightly raining.
Should I reschedule? or go for it.
My thought is the...
Had very bad success with Nuc's. That and cost issues. I have a problem paying over $100. for a Nuc plus shipping. Had 3 Nucs (my bad they were three "packages")that I picked up from Portland, they...
Is there anyone who is selling Queens this late in the year ?
Phil in Oregon
Am considering shifting from "wet" to "dry" sugar this year. Its starting to get cold here, I did see the Bees out weekend before last though. When do you think its a good time to start? I have 2...
Just caught that on a "local" site.. http://www.kgw.com/news/Zombie-bees-reported-for-1st-time-in-Wash-171004911.html
The site looks more of a detection method, anyone come up with any...
My wife has just today noticed quite a large amount (25 or s0) of what maybe "Boreocoelioxys"
They had a pronounced black pointed "butt" and are definately not our Honey bees (who also frequent the...
30693070Just receaved an email about a couple of swarms in canyonville,Oregon not too far from me (about 30 miles)
The post came in on tuesday morning.
I have no experiance in catching swarms and...
Would like one also, I am in Oregon.
Time is starting to run short and I would like to get her established, I live in a valley where there is little "food" for the bees but the climate is mild tell...
Any thoughts about Nucs and Queens starting a hive or resurrecting one in late Fall versus Spring ?
Ok its a learning experiance.
This is my 2nd Harvest. The first went "interesting" especially in seperating the honey from the comb. and thats all i am going to say about that.
This year I had...
Did a recent inspection of a hive and found them busily tending to odd white cocoons,
Also their comb creation has perverted.
We drove to Portland Saturday and picked up the packages. Its approx 220 miles one-way.
Noticed some die-off when we picked them up. figured they died of age already (hey we are new at this)...