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    Re: Using plywood for boxes

    In post #41
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    Re: Using plywood for boxes

    If we could see a video of you putting a box together like the one I posted above, it wouldn't be all :) and ;)!



    My educated guess is that this all has more to do with the wood moisture...
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    Re: Using plywood for boxes

    Now you see the frustration in woodenware! I just grabbed a short and long box side from the pile I just ordered from Mann Lake. These are both commercial grade. Used my little PowerShot Canon.
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    Re: Using plywood for boxes

    OK, what I meant to say was, the standard size for a deep today is 9-5/8". I just measured hive bodies from 7 different manufacturers and 9-5/8" is by far the vast majority of them. Only one...
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    Re: Using plywood for boxes

    9-5/8" is the proper depth of a deep box.
  6. Re: Anyone have better, more detailed plans for the Miller Type feeder?

    What kind of detail are you looking for? Photos?
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    Re: Fence Law Question

    OK, this is no longer about beekeeping.
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    Re: nucs and packages from Matt Roy

    Easy to call members trolls when you have a hard time answering their questions. You might try some garlic and facing the hive entrance in some mystical direction as well. Might help!
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    Re: Fence Law Question

    Was a permit taken out for the block wall and grade change? Changing the natural flow of ground water is strictly regulated here.
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    A reminder, this thread is not for general discussion or to ask questions.
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    Re: nucs and packages from Matt Roy

    Please share with us this information.
  12. Re: Kelley N Frames and wired foundation - pin? Wire? or leave as is

    How easy can it be to have to remove 3 grooves and a slot full of wax?
  13. Re: Kelley N Frames and wired foundation - pin? Wire? or leave as is

    If it's recommended to cross wire the frames for supporting the foundation (which I would recommend as well for wax foundation), having the slot in the end bars makes no sense. In fact it makes it...
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    Re: Older Deep Bodies with Metal Foundation

    http://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?194218-Aluminum-foundation
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    Re: foundationless frames wedge topbar

    And to the OP, feed, feed, feed!
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    Re: Strange Suggestions From Local Bee Inspector

    Feeding better not be optional when honey supers are on a hive! If the inspector actually filled the feeder with sugar water while the supers were on, he/she should be fired.
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    Re: List of Beekeeping Rules

    Gong! False, urban legend.
  18. Thread: Frames question

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    Re: Frames question

    Alright you two, it all depends! I don't treat so I'm not about to get rid of 4 year old comb. I only rotate comb out if it is damaged or drawn poorly.
  19. Re: Negative Dealings with Bjorkman Brothers in California Almond Pollination-2015

    Then you do have some legal recourse.
  20. Re: Negative Dealings with Bjorkman Brothers in California Almond Pollination-2015

    And this is spelled out on a signed paper agreement?
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  22. Thread: It's a girl!

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    Re: It's a girl!

    OMGoodness Ben, you've been busy! Congratulations! Nothing like a newborn! Get a dulled hive tool in her hands as soon as possible.
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    Re: Neighbor using Roundup weed killer.

    It's your call, but I have no tolerance for members being uncivil to other members in private communication. One member just lost PM's due to incivility in a PM.
  24. Thread: 16 oz glass jars

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    Re: 16 oz glass jars

    Where have you looked so far? Resources are available.

    http://www.beesource.com/bees-supplies/beekeeping-equipment-and-supplies-us/
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    Re: Any one see this design for a horizontal hive?

    A simple solution, which I always did, is to put follower boards in, restricting the bees to the combs directly below the super(s), converting it into a vertical hive for winter.
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