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    Re: Is History Of Beekeeping Down?

    Consider: That is the ONLY section of this forum set up this way. So the average person, after going to all of the other sections and seeing how they are set up, will go there and assume there are no...
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    Re: Is History Of Beekeeping Down?

    No, every other forum here has the default set to show all threads since the beginning.
    Every single one, except "History of Beekeeping." The default for everybody is to only show threads "this...
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    Re: Is History Of Beekeeping Down?

    Oh, yeah, that section of this forum is messed up, been like that for a while. I thought you were referring to a different website being down.....Why the mods can't get Vertical Scope to change those...
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    Re: Is History Of Beekeeping Down?

    No clue what you are referring to....Is there a domain we can look at to try and help?
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    Re: Help me find a suit for my wife

    Truer words were never spoken.
  6. Re: A new Year. What are your goals for the bees in 2020?

    Build a gang of two frame mating nucs and start grafting and raising my own queens.
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    Re: Will Politics Drive the Science?

    You are a true professional, diplomatic, polite, everything I'm not, so....
    Remember a couple years ago when Barry sold this website to Vertical Scope? Remember that thread about how traffic to...
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    Free Bee Bee Tree seeds

    I have some Korean Evodia (Bee Bee) tree seeds if anybody in the USA would like some. Just PM me your address. I'll update this thread when I have run out of them.

    Here is a photo of one of mine...
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    Re: Getting my first batch

    From what I understand, Apis Cerana are the very Asian honeybees that we got the Varroa Destructor mites from. But, the Asian bees have developed the ability to deal with the mites and are not...
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    Re: A Changing Landscape

    You have most definitely seen, and consumed, fake honey.
  11. Thread: Tulsi forage

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    Re: Tulsi forage

    Never heard of it before, I guess it's a basil....Now I know how Tulsi Gabbard got her name, since she's part Indian...

    Honey, Tulsi & the Sweetness of Summer...
  12. Re: I've Installed Motion Detector Lights, Now My Bees Come Out at Night

    I read somewhere that often, bees sleep on flowers at night, like they were working late and just camp out. And they go home in the morning......
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    Re: Re-orientation if moved in the winter?

    You might not want to move them on a cold day. No matter how careful you think you are going to be, if you move them you will wreak havoc on their cluster and probably lose a bunch of bees to the...
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    Re: Baltimore City Bee Keeping

    You aren't far from D.C and they have an urban bee club:
    https://www.dcbeekeepers.org/
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    Re: Free Golden Rain trees

    Drought resistant, tolerant of urban air pollution, blooms in as little as three years, nectar and pollen. In my area, it comes on after wild blackberry finishes and not much else is blooming..The...
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    Re: Evodia Finally Blooms This Year

    Yeah, really, if the precious "native" trees were something that my bees could work in July, I'd be all for them. I hope Evodias take over.
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    Re: Evodia Finally Blooms This Year

    The Indians can look out for themselves.
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    Evodia Finally Blooms This Year

    I planted two of them 7 years ago and they were one year old seedlings when I got them....Now I wish I had bought 100 of them. This year the famous Bee Bee Tree bloomed and I get to see for myself...
  19. Thread: Moonshine jugs?

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    Re: Moonshine jugs?

    Yeah, "Moonshine Honey" might go gangbusters.......Not sure what you meant by the first sentence....
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    Re: Moonshine jugs?

    I was thinking of putting in the stopper, then dipping it in wax, like they do with wine bottles.......but regular beeswax, not the red stuff......Not sure, but I think that shuts down airflow.....
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    Moonshine jugs?

    I happened to find a crazy deal on clear glass moonshine jugs, with cork stoppers, brand new in cases. Two sizes, 750ml and 375ml. I picked them up locally from a guy who has thousands of them. They...
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    Re: 2 frame mini nuc split

    Cool data, I had never seen any of that before.......
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    Re: 2 frame mini nuc split

    So if you had a two frame nuc, say, and plenty of returning foragers and a good flow is on, how many nurse bees can make a well fed QC, in your opinion/experience?
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    Re: 2 frame mini nuc split

    Absolutely not. I hope I didn't create the impression that I had. That's why I said, "I don't know, but..." and linked to a video by the beekeeper that was the subject of the OP's question. Whether...
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    Re: 2 frame mini nuc split

    I don't know, but dude at Barnyard Bees absolutely says that he does that. I know he grafts and stuff as well, but there is a video where he says one good frame with bees and resources can make a...
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