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    Re: Catching Wax Moths!

    One old frame is probably sufficient,any more and you will be increasing the number of wax moth eggs. The first place wax moth hits is between frames.
    I use 1 old comb,5 foundation and 6...
  2. Re: Laying queen release from quad mating to regular nucs

    That clip is ingenious!!
    Over the years I'e tried nails,strips of wood/metal,hive staples etc. PIA!
    I'm going to steal that idea.
  3. Re: Front Range Cell Builder a "do all box"

    How about a few pictures of what looks like a bench/toolbox for us old guys who are tired of bending over.
    Thanks
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    Re: brood disease

    Visual ID of EFB is best on3-4 day old larvae.
    Yellow tinge and slightly twisted.Spotty brood pattern as shown.
    Your profile doesn't include your state.If your state has an inspection program call...
  5. Re: Any reason to actually use "box joints" other than aesthetics?

    Less exposed end grain in rabbet joints and faster to cut.
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    Re: Shellac and bees

    " I'm retiring"
    "Do what you like" by Blind Faith ,1969
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    Re: Quote replies/posts?

    On a touch screen in chrome,I can touch and hold,resulting in 2 blue dots,which I can then touch and slide to highlight desired text.
    I then get a pop up menu "copy,share,select all etc".I select...
  8. Re: Setting out deep frames of honey so bees put it in medium supers?

    " This has been somewhat of an issue for me every year. Guess I will just have to throw some caution to the wind and not feed them up quite so heavy for winter.
    Frank "

    So it sounds like this...
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    Re: Trapping out a new swarm?

    I have heard that a repellant like Bee Go can work if there isn' t much brood.
    The trick is to get it inside the cavity behind the bees.
    LGO or Swarm Commander on the trap?
  10. Re: Queen confinement cage for varroa controlling brood break

    No,I never did.
    Shipping from Italy was expensive and I tried to drum up interest from local groups to order more units but no interest.
    10 pieces at 34.00 plus 30.00 shipping to CT put the price...
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    Re: Feral Bees?

    There was a guy on YouTube who put his traps up wind of existing hives.
    The thinking being that the wind would carry the scent of the lure towards the bees.
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    Re: Varroa shaker

    Absinthe,
    The single ball jar with mesh was used with confectioners sugar and it was found that when the jar was inverted,some mites were trapped in the mass of bees so you did not get an accurate...
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    Re: Building Hive Bodies Video

    Personally I prefer staples but this is (almost) permanently attached to my cordless drill.
    Pilot hole ,countersink and screwdriver bit in one tool.
    ...
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    Re: Moved my hive. OOPS?

    Avg.Q lays about 1500 eggs/day so a one time loss of an additional 100 bees is a sad sight but has no effect on the colony.
  15. Re: My new favorite hive tool, thanks Kaman.

    To be honest I don't know.
    I have attended almost every EAS meeting over the last 20 yrs and I would always stop at the Walter Kelly booth in the vendors area to chat with Earl.I swear he remembered...
  16. Re: My new favorite hive tool, thanks Kaman.

    This design was developed by Kent Williams in KY in concert with Walter Kelly.
    https://www.kelleybees.com/kw-hive-tool.html
    As you may note,this is not a cheap
    chinese import but a quality tool....
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    Re: Splits -why not move queen?

    Yes, but.............
    Sometimes you can't find the Q.
    Sometimes you don't have the time to find the Q.
    Some times looking for the Q PO's the bees and you start taking stings.
    Sometimes you get...
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    Re: Cork pushed into cage

    A 3 hole wooden Q cage has 2 corks,one covering the hole stuffed with candy and one filling the hole used to insert the Q.If you also removed the candy cork,things should be fine.Either way I would...
  19. Re: Foundationless comb advice needed please.

    In my swarm traps I have 2 layers of medium frames with an empty space underneath.Top layer is one comb and 5 foundation and next layer is foundationless.I try to relocate the swarm to standard...
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    Re: Stump being ground near hive soon

    Cover the hive with a wet white sheet.
    Not only will it confine the bees,it will keep dust from the hive.
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    Re: Rendering beeswax

    Solar melter over paper towels!!!
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    Re: Free Honey Supers

    When in doubt,cut it out.
    Put in new foundation.
    The boxes and frames were still free.
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    Re: Reversals then cold weather

    When I reversed this year,I left the 1 1/2 pink foam winter insulation on for that reason.The Q moved right up,even with freezing temps.The heat from the cluster below was trapped against the...
  24. Re: Northeastern/Mid-Western Weather roller-coaster 2020.

    Jimbo,every colony has a 1 gal frame feeder all year.

    Clyderoad, quite the opposite.The bees got ahead of me! Red maple bloom came 2-3 wks early and the (Russian based ) bees took off.The hives...
  25. Re: 2020 EFB - This year I can smell the foulbrood.

    I f you have a VFD from a vet ,ask the vet where to get it locally.OTC or Terramycine is sold at farm supply stores and pet supply stores.
    Do you have a Tractor Supply or a Petco nearby?
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