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    Re: Ross Round Help

    I don't know but would certainly be interested in the answer! Our Ross Rounds don't seem to be going anywhere either and we're in the height of flow in TX.
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    Re: Swapping Supers?

    Thanks, that is a good idea!

    Another thing I forgot to mention is that one of the two hives that was doing better also seemed to have queen cells in it. Does one generally have to switch the...
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    Swapping Supers?

    We had 3 hives we started last year. They seemed to have over-wintered OK but our weakest-looking hive has been swarming (we managed to catch one - it wasn't overly robust but we're hopeful it will...
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    Re: East Texas Flow Questions

    When would you expect "spring flow" to really start in that neck of the woods? I'm also in Texas (near Normangee/Centerville) and we've got a lot of bermuda grass and tons of oaks, not much in the...
  5. Re: BeeWeaver is now accepting orders for package bees, April 2013

    We bought a nuc from BeeWeaver last year that failed miserably. Came with mature SHB in it - possibly infested with larvae too. That said, the nuc never really got off the ground properly because...
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    Re: Too much smoke?

    And here I thought she was doing it just right!! :) Well, that probably explains what happened to us. We were trying to remove the top feeder and also check to see whether this queen had managed...
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    Too much smoke?

    I'm new to this and apogize in advance for the silly question. Is there such a thing as too much smoke? Or have any of you ever had all the bees flee the hive you're trying to smoke instead of...
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