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  1. Re: Hive Assembly Question? What Type of glue works and or what can be substituted ?

    Hi Frank - yeah - that's why I put "probably" in parentheses. The standard British system was originally Bottom Bee-Space (meaning that the frame top bars are more-or-less flush with the box top -...
  2. Re: Hive Assembly Question? What Type of glue works and or what can be substituted ?

    This is a 7 year-old thread ...

    To glue metal to wood - try using 2-part epoxy (Araldite etc)

    BTW - what you're proposing is (probably) not a good idea ...
    LJ
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    Re: Proper way to switch hive stands?

    So much depends on the size of hive (how many boxes etc) and how populated the hive is.

    30 mins. is nothing in the life of a colony (except you'll be working through a cloud of bees if the hive...
  4. Re: Bees clustering under roof of Warre hive

    It sounds very much as if they weren't too impressed with an empty box. Some realised there wasn't another choice on offer, whereas some objected more than the others. That's bees ...

    Just...
  5. Re: Bees clustering under roof of Warre hive

    If they're still separated after 24 hrs, it sounds as if they've got themselves 'stuck' - i.e. don't know where they ought to be - and don't know how to get inside the hive. So they're clinging to...
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    Re: Any beekeepers sick w CV-19? SURVEY

    Unlike Grozzie I'm not 100% certain of anything - especially if it's a suggestion which hasn't been specifically tested for.

    Here's a paper where Bee Venom appears to have some effect against...
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    Re: Any beekeepers sick w CV-19? SURVEY

    It was in the previous post - post #3. In fact - what I did was to take the title of the paper: "Inhibitory-effects-of-bee-venom-and-its-components-against-viruses-in-vitro-and-in-vivo" and 'did a...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    This morning (8 a.m. as I write this) heralds the start of yet another fine day. It's been like this for the last few days now: each day starting with the white 'powdery' appearance of an overnight...
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    Re: Understanding varroa treatment

    Well Coopedup - keep in touch. If you should decide to go for the high temperature method, then if you do a Google for "Harbo Heating Adult Honey Bees.pdf" that will produce several links, both to...
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    Re: Understanding varroa treatment

    Question: how does 'your uncle' know he wants a device rather than, say, a procedure (such as brood-breaks, drone-culling etc) ?

    High temperature certainly will work (the information's out there...
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    Re: "Camoflage" hive bodies, ideas?

    Positioning hives behind something 'innocent' should work ok (vehicle, parked trailer etc) - as bees are fairly invisible in flight (unless a person is particularly focused on looking-out for them),...
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    Re: Any beekeepers sick w CV-19? SURVEY

    Yup - not so crazy - certainly a good starting point for some targeted research ...
    LJ
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    Re: Starting all natural frames

    The simple answer is that in practice it really doesn't matter all that much whether you apply wax or not. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't - without any obvious difference. If you're going to...
  14. Re: Special mini frames and boxes for cut comb?

    I'm not a honey-farmer, so this not really 'my thing' - but have you looked at producing sections - that was a very popular method of presenting honey for sale in the days before the extractor.
    LJ
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    Re: Any beekeepers sick w CV-19? SURVEY

    I can't see any way being a beekeeper could possibly prevent a person from contracting the virus - but there might just be an outside possibility that our reaction to it might be less severe than...
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    Re: Another ranking saying we are good

    I know suicide rates used to very bad in Finland, years back - due to your very long winter periods without much sun. I took an interest in that as I also suffered from S.A.D. during my academic...
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    Re: Another ranking saying we are good

    Happiest ?

    https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/finland_sees_more_suicides_than_eu_average/10559106

    LJ
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    Re: OA and reduced honey yields

    That's hard to believe.

    Which is in itself suspicious ...

    Without documented details of the procedure, this can only be considered as hearsay.
    LJ
  19. Re: Let's just be honest: This spring is historically early.

    I don't think so.

    Robert Pirsig identified that the fundamental nature of scientific enquiry itself was one cause of social chaos. He pointed out that the whole purpose of the scientific method is...
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    Re: Ron Hoskins place vandalized

    Totally mindless ...

    If they'd stolen the generators, microscopes - even the bees themselves - at least that would have had some logic behind it. But destruction for it's own sake ?
    LJ
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    Re: A sign of the times

    Presumably that's in case their supply of toilet paper runs out ... ?
    LJ
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    Re: Need New Roofing Plan

    Earlier this evening I was reading-up on the development of the Gallup/Adair Long Hive, back in 1872. One of the materials they used to make roofs back then was ... wait for it ... paper !

    Not...
  23. Re: Varroa Mitigation Entrance using Nail Brushes

    Pot - kettle - black. Foul-mouthed, with too much ego, too much arrogance, and probably with too much coffee inside you - unless it's something you're smoking ...

    I tried to help you with your...
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    Re: You might be a beekeeper if...

    ... if you're a bloke without limp wrists who talks about finding "a really nice Queen" ...
    LJ
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    Re: A sign of the times

    Yes, I remember that - small pox was a scratch on the arm which left a scar - polio was either a jab or a drop of goo on a sugar cube. Never did have a TB jab as my Mantoux test was positive -...
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