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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Some Bee Weaver Questions Answered

    Quote Originally Posted by deknow View Post
    I think Michael Palmer just needs to TALK LOUDER so people will understand better

    deknow
    It is not complicated or confusing. Looks like you are trying to make it that way though. I do not think talking louder is the problem, if in fact there is one.

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    Default Re: Some Bee Weaver Questions Answered

    Quote Originally Posted by Stonefly7 View Post
    I am working on the third arm, queen production, which is not as hard as folks make it.

    Kind regards
    Queen production is easy. Genetics (that is the way it is spelled) are a different story. Producing good quality and consistent queens is an art.

    http://www.amazon.com/Bee-Genetics-B.../dp/1904846297

    http://www.amazon.com/Queen-Rearing-...8200903&sr=1-1

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    Default Re: Some Bee Weaver Questions Answered

    Quote Originally Posted by mythomane View Post
    It is not complicated or confusing. Looks like you are trying to make it that way though.
    It isn't complicated or confusing.

    But

    If you represent it as "making things up in the spring" it would be entirely innaccurate.
    If you represent it only as overwimtering nucs it is true....but missing the important details that makes the system efficient.

    Deknow

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