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  1. Re: Inspite of my help my bees are doing well so how do you

    Here's one for ya Jim. "The bees are better at being bees than we are at being beekeepers"

    Glad everything is working out.
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    Re: Global Warming

    There is a part of me that wants to say, "it is time for us all to "chill"". Sorry, couldn't resist that one.
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    Re: My first Melomel - elderberry mead

    "Get at least a wine/beer/champagne yeast."

    Oh, I will. In my defense, the wine making was back in 1975 and I was 15 at the time, using a recipe that was written on an index card. My solution to...
  4. Re: Lanternfly control efforts impacting bees?

    This seems like a vitally important project. Thank you for posting. I hope all Beesource members in PA will participate and the PA Dept. of Ag is flooded with 2 oz. squeeze bears.
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    Re: Kickstarter-related posts

    I will be discussing with the other moderators what the Beesource policy on Kickstarter projects will be going forward. For now, let's keep it low key. Beesource is not really the place to be...
  6. Re: Methods for dissuading more beekeepers in a particular location?

    I hope you encouraged them to attend beekeeping classes and offered to sell them some bees this Spring. A few extra hives nearby will not have an adverse imapct on your operation unless they decide...
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    Re: Greetings from the Black Hills, SD

    I had to look it up. Good one.
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    Re: Band heater vaporizer.

    Most of us that are OA only give the bees a treatment around the end of November, Thanksgiving weekend if you will, and then again at Christmas. Seems to work pretty well for going into Spring with a...
  9. Thread: Wax Moths

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    Re: Wax Moths

    Stick the supers back on your hives for a few days. The bees should clean them out. They would probably appreciate the added protein.
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    Re: need to get rid of bees....

    Y'all know you are responding to a seven year old post, right?
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    Re: Problem with oxalic acid wand

    Just like with jumping a car battery, I would suspect you had a bad connection at the battery terminals that caused this problem. Can't think of anything else besides a wiring problem with the wand....
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    Re: Cost of 3# package of bees in 1949

    Loghouse, there is a History of Beekeeping forum already.

    https://www.beesource.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?249-History-of-Beekeeping

    Perhaps I should have moved both of these "guess the price"...
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    Re: Global Warming

    Fell off the tightrope on that one huh? I tried to pick an example that I thought even the most hard core environmentalist would find difficult to accept.
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Beeks with light hives should have already switched in my area. Most of my hives are already at or near desired winter weight. Because it has been so dry, I chose to stay on the 1:1 hoping that the...
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    Re: Global Warming

    Sorry John, did not mean to put words in your mouth. Likewise, my thermostat settings are based on my electric bill and any environmental benefit is simply bonus. I do hate waste in any form though ,...
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    Re: Global Warming

    To all. The issue of global warming, or more accurately, man-made global warming, and what many believe, is closely tied to their political affiliation. However, the rules of this forum specifically...
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    Re: Global Warming

    That roof is way beyond cool. I assume you have a battery bank that it charges?

    For those that do not understand, the carbon in coal is locked in and can only be released by burning. The carbon in...
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    Gave the hives and nucs another OAV treatment this afternoon. Weather is great and the bees were flying hard although there ain't much out there as dry as it has been. Tossed another 20 gallons of...
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    Re: Cost of 3# package of bees in 1949

    I suspect supply and demand pushed prices down shortly after the end of the war. Hive numbers were at all time highs and now sugar was no longer being rationed. Couple that with a relatively large...
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    Re: Cost of package in 1959

    Sorry, according to price is right rules, all of us that were over are out. $6.50 was a good guess though, better than my $7. Now, you do at least have the satisfaction of knowing you were only $.30...
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    Re: My first Melomel - elderberry mead

    I am hoping to use some of my higher moisture content honey to make mead this winter. My total winemaking experience to date involves sugar, Welch's grape juice concentrate, and Fleischmann's bread...
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    Re: Global Warming

    I find it somewhat amusing that some of our politicians that are outspoken proponents of the doom and gloom of global warming are currently buying beachfront property worth millions of dollars. One...
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    Re: Cost of package in 1959

    It appears we have a winner! Let see what the prize is. Hmm. Bragging rights for a day. Not bad.

    Coming in at a very close second is Bushpilot, who because he was a whole penny away, gets um,...
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    Re: Global Warming

    I think the biggest problem with the " global warming" debate is not whether one can prove that the planet is getting warmer (or colder as was proven a short 40 years ago), but that it is man made...
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    Re: burgess insect fogger repair

    Jadeguppy, this is an old Beesource thread re fogger repair. In the end, contacting the Fountainhead Group may be your best bet....
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