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  1. Re: Western Massachusetts Overwintered Nucleus Colonies

    From above:
  2. Re: Will the coronavirus negatively affect the beekeeping industry?

    I don't know if nucs are down in price or not and if so it's because of the virus or something else but the beekeeping industry is much bigger than just nucs.
    Going forward, frivolous spending,...
  3. Re: EFB Pro-active treatments - Now or wait until later in the season?

    The PA law has plenty of meat in it to mitigate a ongoing EFB problem caused by a rouge beekeeper. Sometimes it takes more than just being nice to get state agencies moving on a issue.
    It was said...
  4. Re: EFB Pro-active treatments - Now or wait until later in the season?

    I'll have to find and read the PA apiary law to see what it says about detriments to the states' useful and/or managed bee population as your neighbor may be a detriment. I know of a nearby state...
  5. Re: Is an AI breeder queen worth it for 20-25

    Oh wonderful.

    Seems much more simple to ask the poster what was meant by the term instead of making the all to common assumption.
  6. Re: Is an AI breeder queen worth it for 20-25

    PJ would you mind telling me a bit more about your queens and how long you've been working on the line.
    If you do mind, I get it- no harm.
    Thanks clyderoad.



    msl: I'm very impressed that you...
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    Re: another pollen-incoming question ....

    You work for the bees, they don't work for you.
    clyderoad
  8. Re: Is an AI breeder queen worth it for 20-25

    Mosherd1:

    PJ's bees certainly sound interesting and I am in no way directing you away from them.

    That said there is a beeman in the "for sale" section on this site that also has interesting...
  9. Re: Is an AI breeder queen worth it for 20-25

    they are TF in Eastern CT?
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    AHudd- Well said.
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    Re: Corona-19 China Beekeepers

    It has been 4 days since the last update.
    Our county now has 4138 positive covid cases, that is 730 more than yesterday. 16% of the positive cases are those over 65 years of age.
    The county death...
  12. Thread: Missouri

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    Re: Missouri

    We have lost many bradford pear trees to fire blight, a bacteria. Those not already cut down are in very poor shape.
    It happened quickly, over a few short years.
    They were planted extensively in...
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    For the sake of sanity, learn to put it in perspective.
    Many have been forced to. It has helped.
    The last thing anyone wants or needs is a skipping broken record.
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    Re: Palmer queen lines make up and history

    MPalmer: I'd guess if you don't get where the study went or what it proved (or the methodology) others will likely feel the same way when they read it.
    What is the name of the study and author?
    ...
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    Re: Corona-19 China Beekeepers

    An update if anyone is following.
    Numbers of those infected and those succumbing to this virus are increasing. Many say rapidly, officials say it is as expected.
    Our county supervisor is positive...
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    Re: Corona-19 China Beekeepers

    I live on the eastern end of Suffolk County about 110 miles east of NYC.
    In my county 1034 positive cases of the virus. There have been 12 deaths in the county, mostly older seniors or those a bit...
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    Thanks.
    The last word is that your smart aleck remark does not deserve a proper response.
  18. Re: Let's just be honest: This spring is historically early.

    Well, well.
    My response - have you ever heard of junk science?- is intended to draw attention to such blanket statements as -science is truth-.
    Certainly not all 'science' is truth, as the...
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    context, where in your thoughts? "There is conflicting information about some of the NYC power outages but it has been suggested that there was a measurable bonus nine months later. "
    Somehow I...
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    Maybe turn off the TV and go work the bees is a option you might consider.
    Good grief.
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    Power outages in NYC ?
    You mean the 8 customers in NYC currently without power ? Yes, Eight. This as of 10:15 on 3/21/20

    https://apps.coned.com/stormcenter/external/default.html
  22. Re: Let's just be honest: This spring is historically early.

    Have you ever heard of junk science?
  23. Re: Stapler for hardware cloth- not frames or boxes, etc

    Maybe try a romex wire stapler,
    like the Arrow T72 wire and cable staple gun. Use the T72 staples. Wide crown insulated staples.
    I see the electricians using them all the time.
    I think Stanley...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Thanks GWW-
    yup. Don't need to see the queen as the brood frames are put over the excluder after shaking the bees off. The nurse bees then travel up to the beeless brood frames to take care of...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Seeing the bees corralling small hive beetles already. Looks like a larger population of SHB for this time in spring than I can recall, reminds me of late June.
    Put some brillo basic reusable wipes...
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