Today 08:37 PM
I bought the digital Cabelas game scale (the model that HOLDS the reading, which it turns out is very useful). It was a bit under $60.00. The other cheaper (and the more expensive) Cabelas models... (215 views, 4 replies)
Today 08:12 PM
Foundation-less frames: my experience
datsdajoke, the plus/minus value is one standard deviation in the data, this range is intrinsic to the data being reported, not selected by the researcher. The p-value is the probability of the... (1,999 views, 59 replies)
Today 07:56 PM
2 Out of 3 Dead Today
check for mites. (65 views, 2 replies)
Today 07:42 PM
2 of 3 Dead
It warmed up a bit today and I decided to put some pollen patties in the hives. Two out of three hives were dead. One was completely empty with food stores the other was full of stores and dead... (59 views, 0 replies)
Today 07:36 PM
Need advice on a good but not to expensive flow meter for syrup?
:thumbsup: (260 views, 9 replies)
Today 07:35 PM
Brooklyn roof top beekeeper
He really got them.:eek: (218 views, 2 replies)
Today 07:34 PM
People actually make a living with honey production??
Angelo, There's over 30,000 hives for sale in ABJ. (10,470 views, 182 replies)
Today 07:34 PM
Question's on mod's to Bonterra Swing View DW8
Interesting. :) When I look at that same map link, it shows Johnson City TN, which is not that far from me, and is the likely network node for CenturyLink, my ISP. It appears that the Bonterra... (1,295 views, 11 replies)
Today 07:20 PM
What species did Apis Mellifera displace in North America?
We also brought carp, starlings, English sparrows and the cat which kills millions of other animals for fun. We are not so smart. (294 views, 10 replies)
Today 07:18 PM
Drum pump for honey
the only thing I could add to smokepole is the drum cart that is made to lay the barrel down safely. this is your least expensive way to get small amounts out. (154 views, 3 replies)
Today 07:09 PM
Replace the queen of quick and simple way : is it true?
I also use this method to create a lot of my new queens . (1,254 views, 28 replies)
Today 06:57 PM
Hi, from Ajijic, Mexico
Welcome! (73 views, 1 replies)
Today 06:56 PM
Beekeeper since May 2014
Welcome 9293! (103 views, 3 replies)
Today 06:25 PM
Positive strategies for the migratory vs. hobby conflict
I am talking about doing the winter holding and staging out of state and then doing an interstate haul into California and directly into the orchards in the weeks preceding the initial bloom. In our... (954 views, 24 replies)
Today 06:03 PM
I notice a few things: 1) a cork-sized entrance hole works very well; 2) placing them at 10' to 15' above ground helps; 3) LOCKING THEM IN PLACE out of sight helps. I use Swarm Catch for a lure. I... (775 views, 22 replies)
Today 05:56 PM
Walter Kelley extractor question
the old motor on your extractor is either split phase or capacitor start, these motor types will not work with any variable speed device. the motor is almost certainly a nominal 1750 rpm light or... (243 views, 2 replies)
Today 05:35 PM
Tarantula Hawk wasp friendly or foe?
They go purely after spiders. They are really docile compared to yellow jackets, they have no interest in going after humans at all, infact, you are more likely to get stung by an aggressive bee than... (312 views, 4 replies)
Today 05:30 PM
How Mushrooms can Save the World (Bees)
But is supports the immune system and provides detoxification. :rolleyes: (1,130 views, 29 replies)
Today 05:25 PM
Foundation or not?
The point here is that some believe that foundationless approach causes less accumulation of the toxic and disease substances in comparison to foundation, coupled with re-using the frames with comb.... (2,065 views, 58 replies)
Today 05:15 PM
could both be in same apiary?
This is the tf forum and I am not tf. With that said, my answer to your question is "yes." I only treat hives that have an infestation of mites. If I find hives with more than 3% count on a sugar... (173 views, 1 replies)