Re: How does this comb look?
Being a new beek I may be off base here but MUO (My Uninformed Opinion) is; That comb looks like a perfect follower board. In cold weather anyway. Be damed if I wouldn't cut center holes in all combs going into winter, after wax building has ceased. Other wise the cluster has to go to the hive wall to pass from empty comb to filled comb. TBH were developed in hot, no winter areas I believe, right? The cluster needs a central path from front to back in a TBH when it is cold. What do you think?
Langs avoid this trap by having central pathways up and out although they may profit from cut central paths from comb to combs sideways. I think I will cut some holes in my Lang comb as a test.
Last edited by julysun; 02-09-2014 at 12:02 AM.
Julysun elevation 23 feet. 4 Hives, 2 years.