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  1. #21
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    Default Re: Top Bar Hive built from trash wood found on street yesterday

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    I'm done with my formaldehyde death-trap.

    However, I don't think they will be exposed to too much formaldehyde due to the faux finish inside sealing it off.

    From what I understand, most of those fumes evaporate soon after wood is built.

    But one thing they WON'T be exposed to is Checkmite(TM) or any other obnoxious chemical that's 20 times more harsh/deadly.

    Here are the pics:








  2. #22
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    Default Re: Top Bar Hive built from trash wood found on street yesterday

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    I moved my bees from my house to a friend's farm last night. Then today, I set up what hopefully will become a fruitful bee-yard partnership. I set up the other two top bar hives next to the active one and hopefully hope to soon have many more:







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    Default Re: Top Bar Hive built from trash wood found on street yesterday

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