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    Re: What can I do about varroa mites?

    It's considered A treatment and this forum is for non treatment.

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?253066-Unique-Forum-Rules
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    Re: Getting Started in Southwest Florida

    All reviews are listed here: http://www.beesource.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?262-Consumer-Report

    If it's not there, we all await your review!
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    Re: Cutting Rite-cell?

    Be very careful cutting plastic on a power saw. Use a 60 or 80 tooth blade and I suggest you lay a piece of 1/4 lauan ply over it as you cut. Flying plastic is no fun.
  4. Thread: Starting Out

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    Re: Amarillo area

    As a rookie, may I suggest that you spend a little time reading content that is geared to your question and then ask for specifics if need be?
    ...
  5. Re: Probiotics in prepared patties...WORD from the sacred Mountain

    Let's curtail the quoting of discussions taking place elsewhere. Provide a link to it if you want members to read it.
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    Re: Paint the inside ?

    Actually Dan, that took place at my last house. I'm on city sewer now. But that yard is still within flying distance so I probably still get the benefit of it!
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    Re: Paint the inside ?

    Hey, it's still going strong!! :thumbsup:

    I concede, best to be totally natural and leave it raw. Just like the raw sewage bees love to suck on out back where the septic field leaks.
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    Re: I will never buy packages again.

    And a word from our very own MP:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_-jNK18aYY
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    Re: Paint the inside ?

    First you'll have to have hazmat specialists remove it all as it contains lead. :pk:

    Prep the porch and then prime it all with an oil primer. I'd use an acrylic top coat.
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    Re: Paint the inside ?

    Actually, what I do is prime all sides and edges of the wood with oil primer. I only put a finish coat on the outside.
  11. Re: Is 1.5 miles to a pond too far for a bee water source?

    So a new cotton towel won't work? You forgot to mention that it should be natural cotton, no color. If bees wanted pigment on their drinking source, they would put it in themselves! :D
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    Re: Paint the inside ?

    Yep, that's what I do! Like other people have posted, haven't seen any negative results of doing so. :banana:
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    Re: Getting Private Messages

    Every page on the forum has a Google Ad that appears at the top just under the menu bar. You will know it's an ad as there is a blue triangle at the upper right corner of the ad that is a hyperlink....
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    Re: bees only heat the cluster?

    I saw it on the interweb.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZALsrh5yAo
  15. Re: Jon Entine debunks theory linking neonic pesticides to honeybee collapse

    Sorry, I can't help but cringe a little when the term "real science" is used. Kinda like using the word CCD.
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    Re: bees only heat the cluster?

    So are you saying the bees wanted to melt the frost on the cover?
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    Crank up that 3D Printer!

    http://artstyle.sfglobe.com/2015/01/14/3d-printed-sculptures-look-alive-when-spun-under-a-strobe-light/?src=share_fb_new_32233

    Someone needs to do this showing a bee flying.
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    Re: Post your bloom dates 2014!

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?306582-Post-Your-Bloom-Dates-2015
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    Sticky: Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015

    Post Your Bloom Dates - 2015
    What is needed:

    •zipcode
    •date when the plant first bloomed
    •name of the plant
    •any comment you add gets added to the database so give detailed info about what...
  20. Re: Hey Barry, which thread has had the most views and which one the most replies?

    One that carried over from several years -
    Views: 304,786 http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?266848-Made-plywood-part-for-jar-comb-honey

    No surprise on this one! Plus, if you factor...
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    Re: diy oxalic acid vaporizer

    Prove it.
  22. Thread: choosing frames

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    Re: choosing frames

    Generally speaking, the goal of a first year hive and a first year beekeeper is to raise a strong hive that is set to survive the winter. Getting excess honey may, or may not, happen. Just be sure to...
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    Re: Dumbest thing you ever bought for beekeeping ?

    I finally gave mine away!
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    Re: Who Is Using Small Cell Size?

    To think anyone can arrive at any certain proof from trying to measure on an image and not the actual comb is quite bold. It's JW's MO and I give it weight, or lack thereof, accordingly.
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    Re: Who Is Using Small Cell Size?

    This is why it's not as simple as measuring one direction. The truer size is by measuring all three directions of cells and taking an average. Often cells are larger one direction than the other.
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