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    Re: Hive Larva Surprise

    your hive(s) is/are infected.
    where there's one there are many more
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    Re: brood in honey super

    reverse, and rearrange the honey above the brood, let them move up into the deep, then reverse again before they get brood in the super, but add a deep on top of other deep, and the super on top of...
  3. Re: We had it figured out until we didn't have it figured out

    :doh:
  4. Re: We had it figured out until we didn't have it figured out

    "We both are on first name basis with all the staff at our back doctors plus I'm a bit long in the tooth."
    :scratch:
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    Re: Queen Rearing with Michael Palmer method

    check out this article from bee culture, By: Joe Latshaw on his queen production, similar to palmer's method and not needing to go big until you learn how.

    lots of good info in this thread to...
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    Re: New fight against the mite?

    tested on up to 20 bees, indoors, hmmm
  7. Re: Broadcasting Wildflower Seed, Is Now the Time?

    read up on seed stratifying and search for a seed stratification chart. this will help you gain the knowledge needed on flowers and cold dormancy,
    good stuff to know.
  8. Re: Rain, rain, go away and the importance of local queens

    something we deal with every year, it's the mud driving a 1/2 mile+ into the yards that really sucks for me
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    Re: Almond Prices

    all tractor supply stores across the us are selling 3 lb packages for $200 this season.
    seeing nuc prices here for $275
    wow
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    Re: Resources on Nectar Flow Timing?

    https://player.slideplayer.com/39/10874147/data/images/img16.jpg
    http://www.klamathbeekeepers.org/assets/images/Beekeeping_Cycles_in_Willamette_Valley.jpg

    this is the local oregon floral...
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    Re: I hope this is just mold...

    1st pic looks like moth larvae webs or spider webs covered with mould, 2nd looks like mould only hard to tell, not close enough to see well.
    thing I see different from wax moth larvae in the 1st...
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    Re: Credibility of Scientific Papers.

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/01/articles-predatory-journals-receive-few-or-no-citations

    interesting read about junk science reporting
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    Re: Abandoned .. mouse ?

    I seriously doubt mouse urine killed the bees.
    it could have been a mite crash even though you did do a oa treatment
    did you see dead bees on the comb with their butts sticking out of the cells? if...
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    Re: Winter feeding and excess stores

    like rwlaw said let them have it through the winter.
    you could spin out the excess in spring,
    then store what you get for next falls feeding
    or save it in the comb for making splits if you are...
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    Re: Help me find a suit for my wife

    ebay has what your wife needs, both full suits and jackets
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    Re: Shastina Boxes

    yes. their website is down, so you need to call shastina millworks to place your order.
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    Poll: Re: Feeding pollen sub in the Winter

    I don't feed until the dandelions show here, usually around feb 15th - mar 1st that's our sign to get the bees built up for blackberry bloom starting may 7th - the 15th. that give 45 days for the...
  18. Re: Fed water droplets/ landing board- they went nuts

    our oregon bee's have more than enough water during the winter here, like 6-7 months straight rainstorms, with a few days break, seriously here more hives are lost to moisture contamination, then...
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    Re: Feeding honey in winter

    sugar blocks are cheaper, and easier
    cooking honey will destroy the nutrient value
    you could get some of those cakepan circle feeders
    and fill it with honey, just don't cook the honey
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    Re: Help. Need my Bees to move on

    put a ad on craigslist..."Free Bees" someone will come to get them
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    Re: Queen Flew Away Today (Nov 30)

    ^this^
    Amibusiness gives you the best advice and answer to your question in this thread. :thumbsup:
  22. Re: Thank God thatís over- kids are flying

    no big deal, pretty much the norm here in Oregon, our local bred survivor bees fly at 35F here. today they are hiding, they don't like the fog, or the temp inversions we get. plus this late fall it's...
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    Re: Best Queen rearing books

    sources I learned from

    queen rearing essentials...larry connor...book

    queen rearing and bee breeding...laidlaw

    bee culture mag...latshaw mag article

    mike palmers queen rearing video...you...
  24. Re: How much honey could one expect from one hive? Spring

    no it doesn't, it's your math that is off

    13 x 1200 is 15,600
  25. Re: Too late to start feeding sugar syrup in Jersey?

    Yes, about 6 weeks to late to feed. You should have started in Sept even if they were still out foraging.
    hope your hives are ready for the snow storm coming this next few days, winter cold is here.
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