Re: CCD Database - Locations
Why? Seems like you may be focusing on the negative. If I only reported my Dieback and not my expansion seems like that would illustrate an untrue picture about the state of my operation. Dieback/Losses are not an indication of the state of an apiary.
Originally Posted by mkieff
I had about a 15% loss this past Winter by early March and then I killed a bunch of hives because I split them too early and didn't have anything to feed them. Then, after that, I was able to recoup my losses and expanded my operation by 15% or better up to about 550.
I didn't understand how to make a Report.
I have noticed lately that when I have been out to add supers to hives every other yard or so has one or two queenless, or dronelayer colonies. Left alone they would eventually be a deadout. I call that Summer Dieback. Talking to Randy Oliver last Saturday he said that he has observed the same thing. Maybe you'd like to add that to your List.
Last edited by sqkcrk; 07-26-2013 at 11:40 AM.
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