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    Re: Freeze warning question

    I made up a bunch of them a couple years ago with the groove to slide in corrugated plastic (or whatever you have). I do find that makes it really easy to monitor mite loads, since i don't need to...
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    Re: catching bees is hard

    [QUOTE=JakeDatc;1238290]dive bombed into pollen like DeNero in Scarface.llll

    Was he in scarface?
  3. Re: checked and fed my bees today. What do you think?

    The bees love it this time of year...15980
  4. Re: checked and fed my bees today. What do you think?

    Hookers Willow is blooming around here.

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    Re: Battery life with OAV

    I've had good luck just hooking up to my quad battery with the engine idling. Doesn't seem to drag the rpms down much, if at all. I'm sure a marine deep cycle would work really well, but i wouldn't...
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    Re: #4 Hardware Cloth size

    I think #4 means 4 squares per inch (1/4" mesh)
  7. Re: What's she gathering from my cucumber leaves?

    Lots of small lady bug larvae and little black and white lady bugs on them... We've had plenty of black aphid-looking bugs on our tomatoes in years past. This year, we've seen mostly lady bug...
  8. What's she gathering from my cucumber leaves?

    We've had a major problem with white powdery mildew on our cucumber plants this year, so we've been keeping air flowing through the hothouse and watering as little as possible. I watched this gal...
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    Re: Bees Chase Away Swallows

    Drones perhaps?
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    polka dot queen

    I'm attempting to attach a couple of images of a queen from a walk away split earlier this year. Did it work?

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    Looks like it worked.... (yay!) Cool spots on this gal
  11. Re: Spring has Sprung in the Pacific Northwest

    Tough to say what the pink pollen is from, but I've been getting a fair amount of it as well. I've also been seeing some purple, white and pale yellow. I'm pretty sure the pale yellow is mostly...
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    Re: discouraging sight

    I'm from a completely different zone than you, but here are my thoughts:

    Dead bees (even 50 feet or more from the hive) were likely dropped there by your undertaker bees. Watch the entrance...
  13. Re: What kind of bee is this and should I worry about it.

    I'm not convinced this is something you need to worry about. Looks like a solitary insect I've observed around here that doesn't seem to be a problem. Reduce the mesh size in your vents if you're...
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    Re: New Queen: Is she fertilized yet?

    For what it's worth, I would guess that she's mated.
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    Re: Bee swarms Washington St.??

    I caught 2 swarms last year (one in August and one in September) from one of my carni hives. The first one was a monster, [presumably] with the original package queen. It overwintered nicely and is...
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    Re: Ok, what got you into beekeeping?

    Large swarm worked it's way down a long driveway past a large barn and into a field where my buddy was to be married about 10 minutes later. Some saw it as a bad omen. Most of us found it...
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