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  1. Thread: Kentucky

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    Re: Kentucky

    42053 Kevil KY - West of Paducah
    Zone 7a/6b
    Dandelion, Bradford pear, henbit, red maples
  2. HAS 2019 - Bowling Green KY July 8-10, 2019

    HAS will return to Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 2019 conference. Join us following your Independence Day weekend, Monday Wednesday, July 8-10, 2019Western Kentucky University offers great...
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    Re: Is this golden rod

    Yes
  4. Thread: Kentucky

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    Re: Kentucky

    42053 Kevil, KY - 4/15/2017 Nice large swarm moved into empty dead out.
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    Re: Hi from Kentucky

    Welcome, what part of KY are you located? Warm winter has got the girls moving early this year. Good luck with your bees.

    Tim
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    Re: West tn new bee question

    I'm going to wait until next weekend and the temperatures are pretty much above freezing at night. I am an hour or so north of you guys. Of course it will depend on what I see during inspection...
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    Re: Getting seeds for what bees like

    Jcummins - you might try Phelps Farm Store in Paducah, that is where I got my Buckwheat and clover. You also have a Rural King at Marion and Paducah, TSC at Paducah and Ballard Co-op at LaCenter KY,...
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    Re: Hello from Harrodsburg, KY!

    Welcome from Western Kentucky. Shaker Village sounds like a great weekend adventure for my family! Good luck with your bees this year, things are about to start getting fun with the weather...
  9. Thread: Kentucky

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    Re: Kentucky

    42053
    2/21/2016
    red maple
    purple dead nettle
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Record breaking 73 today, conducted a hive inspection on all eleven hives, all beginning to grow. Average two frames with brood sealed and eggs visible. The workers were very busy today bringing in...
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    Re: ...so whats being done about hive theft?

    Good point, a metal conductor to ground would short it out in short order.
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    Re: ...so whats being done about hive theft?

    Do you have schematic available somewhere? Would like to build my own, I have bought so many at the local farm outlets that burn out after 6 months or so. Hard to keep the horses and goats in the...
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    Re: virus warning

    I too have gotten warnings from MS Security Essentials over the past few days.

    Exploit:JS/Axpergle.CF
    Exploit:JS/Axpergle.BW
    Exploit:JS/Axpergle.BM
    Exploit:HTML/Axpergle.AH

    Sorry i don't...
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    Two queen / colony divide pondering

    Sorry if this is in the wrong forum, it deals with creating queens but also a management technique.

    I've been reviewing the two queen systems and comments about the extra work involved in managing...
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    Re: making queens

    I have witnessed this technique unintentionally a few years ago in attempting to get some foundation drawn and moving a deep of what I thought was all honey above a medium box of foundation. There...
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    Re: Making Extreme Spilts with 2 Frame Nucs

    I have tried 2 frames splits several times and yes it will work. The best time is after temperatures are very warm and chilled brood is not a big issue (I don't even attempt this until late...
  17. Thread: Kentucky

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    Re: Kentucky

    42053
    2/4/2016
    Dandelion
    Random blooms due to abnormal warmth
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    Re: making queens

    That was my understanding too...
  19. Re: How's everyones bees doing over this crazy winter?

    Nice looking bricks, what did you mold them in? I used muffin tins for bricks for my nucs. The little block fits perfectly where the feeder jar normally sets then put a telescopic cover over the...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Wow I'm 300 miles north of you, we got to 65 today, I expect we will be seeing something coming in within the next week. Sure hope our extreme cold is over. Keep us updated, looking so forward to...
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    Re: Its 50 out and bees are everywhere. ...

    It was 65 here today in West KY according to the National Weather Service. Lots of cleansing flights, housekeeping and even a robbing in a dead out.

    No pollen coming in yet, looked closely at the...
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    Re: Number of frames in a trap?

    Yes thanks for the information, sounds like I will have to rethink that idea of the starter strips. I certainly can attest to them building on the roof or top of the box. Hived a swarm a couple...
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    Re: Number of frames in a trap?

    Steve good luck with the traps. I have caught some swarms over the years using empty nuc boxes with a piece of old brood comb laying on the bottom and lemon grass oil. Once used a copier paper box...
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    Re: Getting Mating Nuc Foundation Drawn

    http://www.michiganbees.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Mini-Nucs_20150130.pdf

    Nice article
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    Re: BeeCam suggestions for 2016?

    Sounds like a neat idea, wonder if there is someway to build an enclosure for an old cellphone with wifi and put a solar panel on it in the beeyard. Sounds like a fun project to research and build....
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