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  1. Re: Oxalic acid is harmless - I don't bother removing honey supers any longer.

    Don't despair, it's still early. :o

    Alex
  2. Re: "asconded", ditched, deserted, left, whatever...

    I'm glad I was finished with my "cofeffee" else I would be cleaning my screen. :D

    Alex
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    Re: Man Lake question

    Yes, when JimD states, "Is this right," I took it to mean the rhetorical 'right' as in common, acceptable practice. Maybe he meant 'right', as in correct.
    I was only trying to point out they can...
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    Re: Man Lake question

    My statement was directed to the OP regarding changes in pricing policy. He may have a catalogue.
    You are probably correct on the overseas cost. I'll bet the cost of labor in the USA is rising also....
  5. Re: "asconded", ditched, deserted, left, whatever...

    I do declare, I just about get a case of the vapors every time I try to sublimate. :D(wait for it)::D

    Alex
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    Re: Man Lake question

    Look on Page 215 in the 2020 catalogue.

    Alex
  7. Re: Anyone else notice the "Do not sell my data"

    No blue box here, either.

    Alex
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    Re: Spun (Creamed) Honey issues

    From the "Encyclopedia of American Cooking"; Cream- To blend butter, usually softened, with a granulated or crushed ingredient until the mixture is soft and creamy.

    Maybe this is why the term...
  9. Thread: B402/Certan

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    Re: B402/Certan

    The new product utilizes a concentrated solution of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt),

    First line, second paragraph of the article posted above.

    Alex
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    Re: Double screen board for combining?

    I believe there is one hive aroma emanating from the brood. I think this is why, after raising a new Queen in the top box, one can remove the old Queen from the bottom and install the new Queen...
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    Re: Spun (Creamed) Honey issues

    I had the same problem with some of my creamed honey with the streaking. I read that when crystals form they force the moisture into what remains of the base. I have a jar...
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    Re: Preparing honey bottles

    Anchor Hocking states on the box, "American Made Glass Since 1905".

    Alex
  13. Thread: B402/Certan

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    Re: B402/Certan

    I don't know if you have read this, but I assume you could buy this from the same place you purchase Bta.

    https://www.valentbiosciences.com/vbc-news/vbc-partners-with-vita-bee-health/

    This is...
  14. Thread: OTS queen making

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    Re: OTS queen making

    I have always notched the smallest larvae I could find. I also flatten the cells below the notches to what I guess to be about the length of a QC.

    Alex
  15. Re: Posca Paint Pens...quality not what it used to be??

    I thought the blue seemed a little thin, I thought it was just because it was hot or I didn't shake it enough.

    Alex
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    Re: Creamed honey question

    Also, another reason for stirring is that it causes the crystals to contact one another. When they do they stop growing.
    When I make creamed honey I buy a commercially prepared product to use as...
  17. Thread: Linden flow

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    Re: Linden flow

    Looks like Catalpa to me. Some folks call them Kataba.
    The nectar has a high water content, but makes good honey.

    Alex
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    Re: OAV Dosage - Legal Dose Not Enough

    Yep, in 2013 I was told by someone from the U of Ar. Ag. Ext. that screened bottom boards were going to solve the mite problem. So, I got some screened BBs and some of those, "Throw away your...
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    Re: New Queen & Laying Workers?

    I have seen a new Queen lay multiple eggs in some cells or a few cells, but not five eggs and never in a cell with a grub. And not for more than a part of a deep frame. If she is so crowded that she...
  20. Thread: Arkansas

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    Re: Arkansas

    This is from a small test plot of Hubam Clover I planted this Spring. 56619

    The Hubam tolerates an acidic soil well. The Yellow Sweet Clover came up and died in the same soil. The plot that I...
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    Re: Absconded hive and mysterious stains

    That hive looks to me like it was lying on it's side and Fire Ants built a nest under it and up the side. The ants could have eaten everything in it.
    The entire event would take more than a week,...
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    Re: Untreated cedar for hive bodies

    :thumbsup: on the countersink.

    Alex
  23. Thread: Mann Lake Alert

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    Re: Mann Lake Alert

    I have seen some seed co. that will even notify you by E-Mail when an "out of stock" item becomes available. It seems to me it would be easier to flag something as to try to keep up with back orders...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Same here, hard freeze three nights in a row right after Blackberry bloom. Then the weather turned good for a short while, then the rains came. Rain during the daytime for days at a time. The Privet...
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    Re: Maxant - No return calls or emails for weeks

    Looking through my E-mail string this morning, I actually E-mailed them, asking about delays, before I ordered. They were honest with me, so I then ordered on-line.
    It will be here tomorrow.
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