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    Re: Hi from Jamaica

    welcome big man, ask yuh questions someone will answer. Which part ah jamdown yuh deh?
  2. Thread: Bees in tree

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    Re: Bees in tree

    No the bees aren't really a hazard. The homeowner is uncomfortable now knowing that there are bees in her yard but apart from at nights when the lights are on they aren't a problem. She just wants...
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    Re: Bees in tree

    thats an option that i will consider. i just had to refresh my memory on what it is. what time-frame would be one be looking at for a successful trapout?
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    Re: Bees in tree

    Thanks for responding. Yes they are established but I figure that once I can get something irritating enough they will go out of the hive even temporarily and into the cage. So I will give it a shot....
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    Bees in tree

    Hi, I have a removal to of bees in the main trunk of a tree. Cutting the tree down isn't an option therefore I am going to try a force them out. I have no beego or bee quick and no access to either...
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    I have now been through 2 hurricanes(only 1 direct hit) and a couple storms. It has been my experience that wind is not the greatest factor. Trees falling or limbs are my worry. As long as the hives...
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    Re: Hurricane Sandy

    Okay, I'm still here, not sure how my two apiaries are, I won't able to reach them for a couple more days. My bees at home were unscathed though. Power and phones were out from Wednesday morning, got...
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    Hurricane Sandy

    Well I am now feeling more of the effects of sandy. Previously just rain for a little over a day but the winds have started to pickup. My hives at home will be okay but the outlying hives will be a...
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    Re: New to beesource from hellshire jamaica

    Well we are in line for a hurricane hit tomorrow. I won't be able to reach some of my hives for few days but I'm hoping for the best. Thanks for the welcome
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    Re: New beekeper from Ocho-Rios, Jamaica

    I think there are actually more but as u said most of them don't use the Internet. It is changing though as younger ones enter the beekeeping world
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    New to beesource from hellshire jamaica

    Hi all, been keeping for a couple years now but just joined the forum. I am looking forward to good times, good friends and good exchanges
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