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    Default Roger Delon's Stable-Climate Hive

    Maybe you are interested in the Delon's hive, also called Alpine hive.

    There is some information about the hive here: http://warre.biobees.com/delon.htm

    And this video shows a Russian apiary with the Alpine hive. Nice video and it shows some tricks that are useful for all beekeepers, too.

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    Default Re: Roger Delon's Stable-Climate Hive

    Thanks for the links

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    Default Re: Roger Delon's Stable-Climate Hive

    I start doing these as that guy from Russia,I love these small boxes and frames.I wish I understand Russian more.
    do you know if you have to use stainless steel wire.?for frames. Is galvanized ok.
    My top is insulated pretty good as roger delon suggesting so hope not much condensation is going on.
    Its my first year and bees did great through winter .
    Last edited by Barry; 01-08-2016 at 07:24 AM.

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    Default Re: Roger Delon's Stable-Climate Hive

    Our site system Roger Delon http://www.pchelhom.ru/

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    Default Re: Roger Delon's Stable-Climate Hive

    I have 12 delon hives, 8 currently occupied this winter. I use stainless steel for the frames. Don't know about using galvanized.
    Stephen 26 hives. 4th year. Treat. Germany.

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    Default Re: Roger Delon's Stable-Climate Hive

    Quote Originally Posted by pchelhom View Post
    Our site system Roger Delon http://www.pchelhom.ru/
    What size are your supers? Are they Dadant medium supers or Langstroth shallow supers?

    Fascinating video. I don't know any Russian. Other than using supers instead of 220mm for height, how is your system different from Delon's?

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