Type: Posts; User: ken rice
Mite bee a little mold mixed in there
If I need to reverse boxes, I try to do it right before spring flow
As soon as weather permits in spring
First row of pics#3 from left. Classic sign of starvation, head first into comb.
Remove the drone comb and freeze it
Just keep adding as needed
The chomping of mouse teeth
Looks like wax moth
Well everybody likes M&M'S don't they
Would bee a good video for elementary school bee class
So is that why there's foam on top of my mead?
Agree with JR and Mike, Hive weakened by heavy mite load, hive then robbed out by other hives.
After spraying with BT can you use for honey supers next year?
Welcome to your new addiction.
Hives wouldn't need releveling would they?
Lifting you up in prayer paintingpreacher
As long as your new location is 3 miles. Then yes
One thing I would suggest, after you use this great machine, when taking out basket make sure you remove the ball bearing the basket rides on. It is real easy to lose it while cleaning.
Jrg13 and mgolden are pretty close to what I get. I run all mediums. 2 medium supers (20 frames) yields 5 gal give or take.
I suppose if you left it there they would. After a couple days pull it off.
Yes, you can put it above the inner cover. They will clean it up in a couple days
He probably has his wool coat on
Glue (Tightbond II or III) and drywall screws.
The centrifugal force is great enough to remove the honey. I use this model and use all medium frames. I just extracted 930lb. The maxant worked flawlessly.