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    Re: Forage distance/practices

    The alfalfa is for hay, and they typically let it bloom for a bit before cutting. I'd estimate it to be at 20-30% bloom when they cut it. But that gives the bees a good 10 days of some blooms to take...
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    Forage distance/practices

    I have a beehive in a small town. It, probably like most towns, has a variety of plants blooming at different times, but I wouldn't say there is any single huge nectar 'flow.' Just outside of town,...
  3. Re: question on honey production vs langstroth

    Since much of the advantage to the TBH is horizontal frames, as well as natural comb formation, couldn't a person build a TBH to accommodate lang frames, and let the bee's draw natural comb on those?...
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