Don't despair, it's still early. :o
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Don't despair, it's still early. :o
I'm glad I was finished with my "cofeffee" else I would be cleaning my screen. :D
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...
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....
I do declare, I just about get a case of the vapors every time I try to sublimate. :D(wait for it)::D
Look on Page 215 in the 2020 catalogue.
No blue box here, either.
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...
The new product utilizes a concentrated solution of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt),
First line, second paragraph of the article posted above.
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...
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...
Anchor Hocking states on the box, "American Made Glass Since 1905".
I don't know if you have read this, but I assume you could buy this from the same place you purchase Bta.
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.
I thought the blue seemed a little thin, I thought it was just because it was hot or I didn't shake it enough.
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...
Looks like Catalpa to me. Some folks call them Kataba.
The nectar has a high water content, but makes good honey.
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...
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...
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...
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,...
:thumbsup: on the countersink.
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...
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...
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.