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    I was reading about the use of bee houses in Europe and wondered, has anyone has tried this concept with TBH's?

    Jimmy

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    In europe the be houses are with vertical hives,especially with the A-Z hive which has no supers but is a vertical hive with opening from the backside.So you can put two or even three hives on top of each other.If you do this with a tbh (stack them)how would you check the hives?
    "Do nothing. Time is too precious to waste." Buddha

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    Thanks Sasha...

    I thought maybe they were staggered so you could work them, but to be candid, I don't really understand how bee houses work.

    What is an A-Z hive?

    Thanks,

    Jimmy

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    http://www.slovenski-cebelarji.com/c...umName=album11
    http://users.volja.net/anton_zor/slike.htm

    Bee houses are used in colder regions ,like in Alps in Europe.In bee houses bees easier maintain the temperature,or it is suposed to work like this.
    "Do nothing. Time is too precious to waste." Buddha

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