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  1. Thread: Pallet Decks

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    Re: Pallet Decks

    Yep, that would be the idea. Use a 2X4 as the cross piece and it can become a measuring piece for identical cuts as well. It would set flush with the end of the ply edge. and that would then place...
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    Re: Bees criteria to choose queen larvae

    Ace, The queen would carry two genes. She will only pas one or the other to her offspring. while each sperm only carries one that mix of sperm could have come from many drones. S0 say she mated with...
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    Re: Pallet Decks

    You won't need quite that many. but a couple should do double check they are tight. Figure out how to set a guide for your skill saw and you can get finish quality cuts. it is how I cut counter tops....
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    Re: NEED ADVICE! Bad reaction to sting!

    As for advice on the internet. it is true that it is what it is. including those that say it is bad advice. But still they seem to think theirs is the only advice worth following. Asking others about...
  5. Thread: Pallet Decks

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    Re: Pallet Decks

    Or wasted a lot of your plywood. take care that the sheets do not move.
  6. Thread: wax mold?

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    Re: wax mold?

    I listened to 5 years of conversations that decided that casting and stabilization was a waste of time also. So I am not talking to the 8 I am talking to the 2. For those that want to work it out. I...
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    Re: Bees criteria to choose queen larvae

    I have one other thought in regard to why bees woudl rear a high percentage of grafted cells and abandon any such preferences for a Royal line. Grafting and altering the cell that a larva is in has...
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    Re: How many beehives can we manage?

    "Keep them alive, Keep them alive, Keep them alive."

    Now I would agree by perfect definition this is absolutely true.

    Now is there anyone that is able to do this. If the averages losses are...
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    Re: Bees criteria to choose queen larvae

    The most obvious answer to that specific questions would be that no such Royal selection in fact exists.

    It is like doing an experiment designed to test a theory. and then when it does not calling...
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    Re: Bees criteria to choose queen larvae

    Using only what is on hand is not a selection.

    Are you certain they would select a younger larva? How do you know this?

    How can you be certain that here are not other factors the bees select...
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    Re: question for dr. latshaw aka jsl

    I think this in an important issue. I tend to find what some would call a situation of diminished returns. I consider that an understatement if in fact it is a matter of overdoing something until it...
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    Re: My recipe/method for sugar blocks

    I use temperature controllers on indoor applications only. I have found they fail on and will overheat in outdoor conditions. At the very least have a second stat in the circuit as a safety.

    The...
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    Re: question for dr. latshaw aka jsl

    So you quote his words that say he feeds a minimum. and becasue you failed to interpret one single word in the entire quote you alter the supposed meaning to be nearly completely the opposite?
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    Re: Mike Palmer Nuc

    My first suggestion would be a lye solution to cook out the worst of it. Then metal polish. Not sure how useful the smoker would be when you are done. but it might be bright and shiny. I have another...
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    Re: How many beehives can we manage?

    Now keeping is a relative concept. I would say I have not met a beekeeper yet that can keep one.

    Mot just put bees in a box and hope for the best and wait to see what happens. Some do quite a few...
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    Re: Mike Palmer Nuc

    Thanks Mark, Your reply would be consistent with my observations. I have seen bees tear out complete sections of comb and rework it. Not in the brood nest. Not yet anyway.

    Your example of the AFB...
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    Re: question for dr. latshaw aka jsl

    Are these translations of the same book?
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    Re: Mike Palmer Nuc

    Is there any truth in the bees will just move out if the comb gets to old or for other reasons that the comb or hive has reached the end of it usefulness?
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    Re: My recipe/method for sugar blocks

    Don't know if you have the room but think about an old broken refrigerator. I have never had a problem finding someone that woudl be glad to have you haul one away. I got lucky and found a broken...
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    Re: My recipe/method for sugar blocks

    It is tough to try and describe how to use a tool isn't it? It has a touch and technique to it. I used to roll about 300 lbs of dough a day.
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    Re: Mike Palmer Nuc

    What I want to know is why he gets silenced for saying others comments are nonsense. yet every other person in this thread can call his nonsense and do so in far lengthier and flowery styles? They...
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    Re: Temps inside the hive !!

    Ask me if I am shocked that you are incapable of offering even one correction to what you claim is my complete error.

    You do not offer one explanation of your own but you seem to know all about...
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    Re: Temps inside the hive !!

    So a thermopile is in fact a bunch of thermocouples just as I originally said it was. that they are smaller grouped together and made form different material does not change the fact they rare...
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    Re: Temps inside the hive !!

    Oh I see, I am supposed to sort out all your drivel for you? Well that makes being accurate much easier,now doesn't it.

    In the future if you are confused with anything I say at all. please consult...
  25. Re: Positive strategies for the migratory vs. hobby conflict

    So JW, With it having been so dry all summer. are you still expecting to see much of a nectar flow now? Maybe I should look for a place to move my bees to over there simply to let them build up. They...
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