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    I don't want to hijack this thread but I just...

    I don't want to hijack this thread but I just logged on to ask some very similar questions. I'm a first year beekeeper and I have been very pleased so far with the colonies growth. I have 2 deep...
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    Re: Odd Comb on Plastic Foundation

    This past weekend I was able to check back in on things. I am happy to report the scraped area has been drawn in without issue. Thank you for all of your help.
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    I went out and scraped today. Attached is what...

    I went out and scraped today. Attached is what came off. Drone comb on the back side. I pressed all the frames together leaving extra space on the outsides. In some places the comb from one frame...
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    I did not know that. Hope it isn't too late to...

    I did not know that. Hope it isn't too late to make some changes. I was just trying to make everything equal. Will having all the extra space on the outside not lead to a burr comb nightmare on the...
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    Thanks for all the info I'll give a good scraping...

    Thanks for all the info I'll give a good scraping and waxing a try. The comments about bee space got me wondering about something else too. I try to very hard to deliberately space all of the frames...
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    Odd Comb on Plastic Foundation

    This is my first season as a beek and started a Langstroth Hive with plastic foundation and a package of bees. The bees have drawn their comb pretty evenly except on one frame they've done something...
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    Hello from French Lick Indiana

    Hello all. Newbee here from Southern Indiana. I live on a large property and have been getting more and more into homesteading. Honey bees seem like a natural progression.

    I started a Langstroth...
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