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    Re: Trying to get my bees back!

    We used a bottom board with a grid...can't say for sure that we did everything correctly but tried to follow internet instructions. You know how that goes sometimes :)
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    Re: Trying to get my bees back!

    Alas, no. Lesson learned if that was the issue.

    Edit: we did inspect in the late fall and didn't see any evidence of mites. We had a few hive beetles here and there that we would kill if given the...
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    Re: Trying to get my bees back!

    Thanks for the replies very much! It's interesting. There are probably 100 bees in and out of there now, very active. I'm pretty sure they are our Russian bees based on their darker color than the...
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    Trying to get my bees back!

    Hi all,
    I'm a beginning beekeeper in Charlotte NC, and at the beginning of our rather mild winter I had a busy 4-super hive of Russian bees that we decided to leave alone until spring, and then...
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    Re: What to do post-wax moth larvae destruction

    Ah yes, we have had a few hive beetles here and there but not even close to the problem from the moth larvae. What do you think about moving some frames of brood/honey from the active hive to the...
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    Re: What to do post-wax moth larvae destruction

    Hi, thanks for the reply. I need to brush up on my acronyms...what is shb? There was indeed a ton of slime, perhaps you are right about that. And, the only bit of honey was up in the third super...
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    What to do post-wax moth larvae destruction

    Hi all--Happy Thanksgiving. I am a beginning beekeeper in our first year, and we have 2 hives of Russian bees. One is thriving and doing great, but the other has been devastated by wax moth larvae....
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