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  1. Re: What does Packed for or by on label mean?

    Smokey Mountain Honey Company may be another one of David Winter's operations. See this page where he is doing business as "Smokey Mountain Bee Farm".
    https://www.honeybeestore.com/history.html
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  2. Re: Trap out in tree seems to be working...now what?

    I'm bumping this new thread as it was stuck in a non-visible moderation queue for some reason, and was therefore likely to fall off the New Posts page ...:)
  3. Sticky: Sending Private Messages (PM) to Beesource other members

    PRIVATE MESSAGES

    Unlike posting a message in a public thread, Private Messages are only viewable by the member(s) that you addressed the PM to.

    You can initiate a PM (Private Message) in...
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    Sticky: 'Searching' the Beesource site

    SEARCHING BEESOURCE
    The search box at the top right of most forum pages has some significant limitations. I rarely use it.:) Note that it does not allow searches of words of 3 characters of less, so...
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    Sticky: Using photos in your posts

    PHOTO UPLOADING
    Use the "Insert Image" button:
    https://www.beesource.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=32502 (2nd button from right in that screenshot snippet)
    ... on the Compose Message /...
  6. Sticky: Why the populating the "Location" field is relevant to you

    To get the "most relevant" responses to your posts, it is important for each member (new members - new beekeepers - prospective beekeepers in particular) to edit your profile to include your...
  7. Re: Smartphone app that listens to bees to tell you what health issues they have

    Everyone has the right to post their opinion of this device/system/app in this thread.

    In the same manner that some of you are urging a member to stop posting in this thread, you are equally free...
  8. Thread: Queen

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    Re: Queen

    I'm bumping this thread as Mace posted a reply (post #4) yesterday afternoon, but the system decided to "moderate" that post and it was not publicly readable.

    Now that the post has been released...
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    Re: Question for posters/ morning rant

    OK, I just moved this thread to the Forum Feedback forum. In theory, it should have been put here earlier, but I left it where it was. :lookout:

    Now that it has been it exposed to the "Bee...
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    Re: Question for posters/ morning rant

    "Location" used to be a required field. Then when VerticalScope implemented a universal login system (across all their various forums), they decided that it was too much trouble to require...
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    Re: Homemade Supplement for nectar?

    Unless you have enough hives to distribute 5 gallons of syrup immediately, I suggest just mixing up what you can use in a day or two. And to simplify the process, there isn't a need to actually...
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    Re: CNC router - making hive boxes?

    Note that is is possible to share .dxf files (or any other type of file) by putting them inside a .zip (compression or archive)
    file and adding that as an attachment to any post. The "attach...
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    Re: DIY Electric fence...help!

    You haven't told us what critter you are intending to keep out of your apiary, but if it is bears, you may find this Bee Culture article reprint useful:...
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    Re: electric fence

    My suggestion is to set up two separate fence chargers. Use one to protect the apiary site itself, and the second one to protect the rest of the 10 mile fence line. That way, when something damages...
  15. Re: Bear Fence with Solar Charger Question

    I got your joke; :D and see that you are a keen observer of Beesource threads. :p



    Yes, bypassing the "load" terminals does not allow the controller to protect the battery. But, in the big...
  16. Re: Bear Fence with Solar Charger Question

    Most likely, the controller's separate battery / load connections are intended to protect the battery from the load damaging the battery. Such damage could occur from either drawing too high a...
  17. Re: Setting up Deep for package installation and existing fully drawn out frames

    Assuming that you are going to utilize the queen cage that the queen in your package was shipped in, you likely will need to remove 1 frame from the box to allow space for the queen cage (9 frames...
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    Re: Swimming pool question

    Just to reinforce enjambres' comments above ...

    Bees prefer "smelly" water. That swimming pool will have "smelly" water (from the treatments to keep the water "clean"). If you want the bees to...
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    Re: Where did my bee's go?

    AFB (American Foulbrood) has no effect on humans, even when eating honey that might have AFB spores in it. So no worries there.


    There is no evidence that mineral oil fogging controls varroa in...
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    Re: Easy Vap

    The "review" forum at Beesource is called "Consumer Report" which is where I moved this thread. :)

    The 'breadcrumbs' links towards the top of the page shows the location path:
    Home > Forum >...
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    Re: location no longer required?

    Its under "Settings" at the very top of the page, then look to the left side for "Edit Profile".

    Or click this: https://www.beesource.com/forums/profile.php?do=editprofile



    Note:...
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    Re: location no longer required?

    I sallied forth and jousted with the dragon,:p but it slayeth me. :eek:

    VerticalScope's response to my earlier request to continue 'required' location, more or less, was that it was simply too...
  23. Re: OAV with honey supers

    Something that seems (to me, at least; exercise your own judgement) to be a reasonable alternative is to physically block off the honey supers during the treatment. One way that could be done is to...
  24. Re: OAV with honey supers

    Well, if you wish to comply with the US EPA application regulations for oxalic acid as a varroa control, the honey supers should not be present. If you want to read the label / application...
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    Re: Threadmarks

    Clyderoad is correct, but note that subscribing to a thread has exactly the same effect as 'posting' a message to that thread (except that you don't actually post a message). My point is that if you...
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