Re: upper vents in winter for condensation/ventilation: yes or no?
Fort Worth Texas is not usually that type of climate. It typically starts raining in October, and stops in February. last year was atypical. I pulled my top screened vent to prevent brood chilling for the last couple of nights. Will be painting it, adding a bit of caulk along the screen to better protect against moths getting into the hive itself. I had not planned on leaving it on this winter, or I was going to put some corks in the drilled openings and pop in some styrofoam insulation. But condensation?
This thread needs posts from wet climates.
Stuck in Texas. Learning Permaculture in drought, guess I will teach permaculture in drought. The bees are still alive.