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  1. Re: Any experience with Rossman's Apiaries orders??? (Supplier in Georgia)

    Have made several purchase from them with no problems!
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    Re: Warre Hive Populated

    You should post pictures!
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    Re: Bees and Chickens

    Ours don't bother each other.
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    Re: beekeeper beginer from Slovenia

    How cool is that?! I also keep chickens and it reminds me of a chicken coop from the outside. Thanks for sharing!
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    Re: Fences and Bees

    I've never seen it be a problem here in NW Fla. It seems fairly hardy, but I've not seen it get out of control. It dies back after a frost, but comes back out in spring. It's funny what is a...
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    Re: Fences and Bees

    The bees here in the south also love coral vine. My bee mentor gave us some seeds off of his to start for next spring. He has his back fence covered with it and it's just beautiful in the summer...
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    Re: Question on starting a new bee club

    Honeyman, think about mailing your newsletters electronically. A non-bee club that I belong to has saved lots on postage by e-mailing ours to all but a few folks who don't have a computer. An...
  8. Re: Free Templates To Create Customized Honey Labels

    Very classy looking!
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    Re: round-up ready soybeans and honey bees

    RR soybeans are a GMO product. There have been a number of studies lately on adverse effects of feeding GMO products to animals and the DNA changes/damage that scientists are seeing. There is even...
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    Re: What is this?

    I'd say "Autumn Joy" Sedum also.
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    Re: Planting Clover

    Discing is done using an implement that is pulled behind your tractor that has a number of metal discs that basically break or till up your ground. It will be usually very roughly tilled up.

    Beth...
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    Re: 3 queens in one hive

    Wow, that's amazing. We're brand new to this and I always heard that more than one queen (for more than a few days) in a colony was not possible.
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    Re: 3 queens in one hive

    We found a new queen on Sunday living just a frame over from our original queen. We've only had our starter hive for 3 weeks, but it's a nice strong one so, on the advice of our bee mentor, we split...
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