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    Re: What recourse do I have?

    To prepare, review the HOA ability to amend the rules.
  2. Re: Bees are omnivores and need the Amino Acids from microbes in bee bead.

    Did a little googling; https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1319562X17301523

    "The highest concentrations of individual amino acids valine, leucine, isoleucine, phenylalanine and...
  3. Re: Bees are omnivores and need the Amino Acids from microbes in bee bead.

    I SWEAR I typed that correctly! It must be the typo Gods.
  4. Re: Bees are omnivores and need the Amino Acids from microbes in bee bead.

    msl,

    My intention was more self mockery than sarcasm. A little bit of "No good dead goes unpunished."

    Have not had the time to chase out the impact of "glutamic acid and phenylalanine"or...
  5. Re: Bees are omnivores and need the Amino Acids from microbes in bee bead.

    GregV,

    Well we all break our own rules.
    I would rate puree of drone as above "doing Nothing".
  6. Re: Bees are omnivores and need the Amino Acids from microbes in bee bead.

    In the same way all ruminants, are omnivores.

    I'm sure that OAV I just added has no impact, maybe even acts as pickling.
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    Re: modified taranov split

    People, I am very disappointed in you all . Not one argument broke out about the proper way to do a flyback and so many opportunities.

    The queen stays with the old hive to do her good work. Nurse...
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    Re: Getting comb drawn 'on demand'.

    Thinking along the same lines. Subjective observation is that the greatest inducement to draw worker comb is bees already drawing worker comb. Stop that for even a day and it is hard to get going...
  9. Thread: Drawing comb

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    Re: Drawing comb

    Put your combs above inner cover in a closed body. Screen your inner cover. I would reduce my entrance as much as I dare.

    Feeding sub mayhelp with comb building.
  10. Re: OA vape 5 days vs. 7 days apart - what do you recommend?

    You are confusing practicality with reality. OAV had a history of decades long use in Europe, however was a registered pesticide in the US from 1957.
    ...
  11. Re: Queenless hive with supersedure cells - best approach at this point?

    Always good when a thread ends well.

    Keep your nuc small and tight. No need for any extra space.
    Expansion season has passed, protection season is here. There is a reason a nuc box has a short...
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    Re: My experience with Minnesota Hygienic bees

    It's good to be an Optimist: "our readers are more interested in factual accounts than spitting contests"
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    Re: Double nuc, a nod to Mike Palmer

    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Worx-4-Amp-4-1-2-in-Corded-WorxSaw-WX429L/

    clamp a board on the inside and make some passes
    Easy? maybe not
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    Re: Double nuc, a nod to Mike Palmer

    follows the seasons
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    Re: Lazy bees, too late to re-queen?

    I'm thinking dub as well, well more like average.

    They are not viewing the 2nd deep as really their space. (bearding) Pull up a brood frame or two and rotate any lower partially drawn frames into...
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    Re: Too late to split in CT?

    thought I would start my day by spitting into the wind.

    Wonder if the answers would be different if the question was: Is it too late to requeen in CT?

    What is the best way this late?
  17. Thread: No new brood

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    Re: No new brood

    It's the internet, better safe than sorry. An unused apology is better than an omitted apology.
  18. Thread: No new brood

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    Re: No new brood

    No criticism intended, you've given all the internet can convey!
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    Re: No new brood

    No background so I do not know. Looks like, back in my more foolish days I would give a split a generous amount of capped brood to give them a boost. Killed a lot of brood that they would be very...
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    Re: No new brood

    Some of those caps look all kinds of ugly.
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    Re: Couple of ?'s about 3 deeps

    It's the bees call. Two hives side by side will move to the next box totally differently. If you do not want to reverse then try a drawn super frame partially filled from your other hive. Next...
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    Re: Couple of ?'s about 3 deeps

    You can put the super under the 3rd deep. Increases the odds.

    Yes you can rotate your capped out to store or rotate to the outside and undrawn into the center.

    What is happening in the 2 lower...
  23. Re: OA vape 5 days vs. 7 days apart - what do you recommend?

    Logic says the uptake would be higher in uncapped honey, pretty low in capped.
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    Re: Taranov split modified

    Is this your LW hive?
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    Re: New EAS Master Beekeeper - Nancy

    :applause:
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