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Juhani Lunden
Today 08:39 AM
 Why Monitor???
It is very common these days. People think Google knows everything and is objective. Google search results are all subjective, because they are personated according to the user. (419 views, 17 replies)
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Barry
Today 08:32 AM
 F.W.JONES beekeeping supplies...
OK, at this point, Palmer and Jones need to continue in private if they want to. (3,126 views, 20 replies)
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Richter1978
Today 08:29 AM
 Question about musty tasting honey
I too have had "musty honey", without any real proof I attributed it to the crush and strain of brood comb. The worst of which was DARK comb from a survivor colony in a tree, I could barely eat it.... (336 views, 7 replies)
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barberberryfarm
Today 08:15 AM
 finally, fall flow!
It took another week, but the GR is finally blooming down here near Montgomery as well. Now I don't want to jinx anything, but it sure looks like with all the GR and asters popping up around here... (2,094 views, 36 replies)
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odfrank
Today 08:04 AM
 Melter honey
I have been selling mine for 1.00 a lb. to a chicken hobbiest. I guess a guy could get more if he found a market for it. (412 views, 7 replies)
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BernhardHeuvel
Today 07:56 AM
 Best technique to harvest honey from a Warrè?
As a swarm beekeeper you need to know the swarm signs. A colony prepares swarming weeks before they actually swarm. Usually you will see first drones of the year plus 16 days = date of swarm. So,... (896 views, 27 replies)
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Moon
Today 07:53 AM
 Harvesting Honey Question
Just to piggy back on this thread because I have a bunch of honey I extracted over the weekend and there were some uncapped frames in there. I extracted them anyways because the bees were starting... (193 views, 3 replies)
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Michael Bush
Today 07:53 AM
 Combining a hot hive and a gentle hive
Kill the queen in the mean hive. Wait overnight. The double screen for a few days wouldn't hurt, but a single screen might actually do better. Either after a few days with the screen or without... (61 views, 1 replies)
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Daniel Y
Today 07:39 AM
 US to ban GMO s and Neonicotinoids
Who said anything about bees? I have seen others make claims to that effect. Not sure how reliable they are. I believe it has been looked at and conclusions so far are indecisive at best. But once... (4,555 views, 90 replies)
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crofter
Today 07:36 AM
 Cappings melter out of an insulated box and a couple of lights???
Lamp for heat or a heat lamp? Some of the dedicated heat lamps can shine very hot. I have used them for brooding chicks. They can flash ignite flammables and a thermostat, depending on its placement,... (207 views, 8 replies)
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Michael Bush
Today 07:15 AM
 2-1 Sugar Syrup
>I have been using 1 gal of sugar to 1 gallon of water for 1:1 .and 2 gallons of sugar to 1 gallon of water for 2:1 ...... Volumn. Someone please advise? Perfect. (368 views, 8 replies)
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Ian
Today 07:11 AM
 Custom Pollen Sub?
So what is actually done to determine the base line diet of an animal? (1,658 views, 64 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:46 AM
 Hello from Greece
Welcome to BeeSource! I just came back from Greece last month. We were visiting my husband's family in Athens and in the Cyclades. Someday, I'd love to visit the north of Greece. For now, I'll just... (184 views, 5 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:43 AM
 Just learning
Welcome to BeeSource. I love your retirement plan! :) (126 views, 5 replies)
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laketrout
Today 06:42 AM
 my honey has turned
I haven't found that to be true with cider .Wild yeast much better tasting ! (1,652 views, 36 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:42 AM
 Hello from the South Carolina/Georgia Line
Welcome to BeeSource! I also have TBHs, and I highly recommend Wyat Mangum's book on TBHs -- http://www.tbhsbywam.com/. It's pricey, but an excellent resource. I go back to it all the time. One... (318 views, 7 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:39 AM
 1st year bee haver
Welcome to BeeSource! Hope your hives are doing well! (129 views, 2 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:38 AM
 New Beekeeper
Welcome to BeeSource! I think you're on the right path by doing as much research as you can! Couple of things I'd recommend are: 1. Check out Michael Bush's site. I think someone has already... (136 views, 6 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:33 AM
 Thanks for beeing here!
Hi, Mary and Bill! Welcome to BeeSource! I'm in CT, too! If you haven't already, I highly recommend joining one of the three beekeeping associations in the State. I belong to the CT Beekeepers... (104 views, 2 replies)
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fruitveggirl
Today 06:29 AM
 first hive
Welcome! Good luck overwintering! (185 views, 9 replies)