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    Re: Pic of Freshly Mated Queen with Endophallus

    How were the bees behaving differently on the top of the frames the queen was on .Curious.
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    Re: Pic of Freshly Mated Queen with Endophallus

    Unless you experience something you will never learn anything, books tell you lots of things some wrong and people will tell you about things they have heard but the best thing is to experience it...
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    Re: Migration of Honey bees.

    Great link thanks for that.
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    Migration of Honey bees.

    Has the migration of Honey bees to the Almonds begun and what will the value be this year. is there a site where it can be followed.
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    Re: Corporate gift boxes

    Nice pot where did you pick that up.
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    Re: Bee shelter plans or ideas?

    Have you ever checked out this chaps blog, he is also building a new shed but this is an old post. http://theapiarist.org/german-bee-houses-part-2/
  7. Re: Experience adding essential oils directly to your smoker?

    What's so Essential about Essential oils?
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    Re: Looking for BeeBee tree seed

    I don't know where you live but The bee bee tree, also known as Korean evodia (Evodia daniellii syn. Tetradium daniellii), The tree produces many seeds. These seeds can propagate the species far and...
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    Sticky: Re: Bulk honey prices and market outlook

    Brussels wont be your problem soon so it will be interesting to see how you survive on your own, it will be interesting to see how environmentally friendly you will be and how you become self...
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    Re: Lithium chloride as miticide

    Rusty from Honey bee suite had a interesting reply.
    https://honeybeesuite.com/treat-your-bees-but-hold-the-lithium/
  11. Re: Any need at all to clean off the "bee squeeze" from the hive's front?

    Ok still don't know what Squat is, is it bee S***, if so unless you have them checked by a lab you don't know if it is dysentery or nosema you cannot tell from a photo or a diagnosis on the internet....
  12. Re: Any need at all to clean off the "bee squeeze" from the hive's front?

    I don't know the term bee squat but could your bees have a problem like Nosema or dysentery.
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    Re: Royal Jelly and Worker Jelly

    Larval food
    There are three main components
    White , produced by the mandibular glands
    It contains large amounts of biopterin and pantothenic acid
    Biopterin stimulates cell growth by increasing...
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    Re: PHOTO of BEE BEE TREE SEEDLINGS

    Not trying to be smat here but is that Tetradium daniellii,The Korean bee tree.
  15. Thread: Hi everyone!

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    Re: Hi everyone!

    Does CCD really exist or is it the perfect storm.
    http://www.bee-craft.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/BeeMail15Mar09.pdf
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    Re: Help with integrated pest management

    IPM relies on multiple control methods to control pests in your Apiary. The idea of an integrated pest management (IPM) should provide a balance between pesticide use and overuse. Aside from using...
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    Re: Beekeeping Game

    saw this one on bee lining?
    http://www.bee-quick.com/500/
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    Re: Pollinating Strawberries

    Strawberries are not just pollinated by Honey bees, When grown indoors Bumblebees are used but have to be fed as strawberries give little nectar only pollen. Also strawberries have over 200 small...
  19. Re: K-Winged Bee - So Colony Has Tracheal Mites As Well?

    you can use Menthol pellets which can provide some control of tracheal mites. The control of mites should be part of an IPM programme and chemicals should only be used as a preventative measurement.
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    Re: Castes in the hive

    These type of questions could frustrate you, Doing exams and giving the right answers may not coincide with the answers required to pass. Another example was a question I saw was on if bees were...
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    Re: Walnut orachards good for?

    dont know if this helps, http://www.pollinator.ca/bestpractices/tree_nuts.html
  22. Re: Mass selection vs individual selection and other breeding tools

    Well done to everyone who contributed to this, Interesting reading, I hope the fact I commented on this will allow me to access the info again, As I would need to read it again to digist all the...
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    Re: First Varroa Mite Check Went Well

    That link was a nice presentation of how to do it, thanks.
  24. Re: new york AIAC Mtng notes for the meeting on 6/19/2014

    Wildbranch2007 wrote, since we have a lot of N.Y. beeks on here, anyone think it would be a good idea to set up a couple of threads as a pole to see if beeks really want #1 bee inspection
    #2 apiary...
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    Re: Aficanized bees are fake

    We have bees here in Ireland owned by Leprechauns, they are very elusive creatures but they have bees one was once known as 136 G9 after the hive she came from and she was recorded at flying downhill...
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