Re: Mark's (sqkcrk) Blueberry Pollination in Maine
No Herb. I was there to work for and help Chuck. Besides, David Hackenberg was almost too busy to talk. So, neither did I consider asking, he was moving to fast to engauge in conversation.
It looked to me like it ran around faster and smoother. I would expect it to also do so in the sandy soil of NC.
Don, there weren't many bees lost in the moving of them. Mostly they were moved and loaded on days, and at the time of day, when bees weren't flying. The nights were pretty cool. Sometimes I wished I had Long Johns on. But not for long.
Barry, thanks for Posting the rest of the pictures so folks could see them and I could save them in my Picture File. Now if I could just figure out how to Post Pics on beesource I'd be in heaven. The Instructions are closed down last I looked.
Just because something is new to you, doesn't mean it is new, or revolutionary. Mark Berninghausen