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PatBeek
Today 09:15 PM
 MY CHIHUAHUA AMONGST KILLER BEES!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GW3bIzoqaFc (11 views, 0 replies)
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PatBeek
Today 09:13 PM
 Traffic Cone Bees Expansion and Chihuahuas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSCykYUIszw (8 views, 0 replies)
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Clarkwestfied
Today 09:00 PM
 Help Identifying Frames
Well the hive swarmed last Monday. I tried to keep them home, but no luck. Possible new foundation and they did not have the room the bees preferred. Missed the swarm so I couldn’t chase them (1,104 views, 23 replies)
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JWPalmer
Today 08:51 PM
 Nemotodes
The biggest problem with using nematodes, and this coming from a woman that gave a presentation on growing your own to combat SHB, is that many of the places selling them are selling dead ones. The... (36 views, 3 replies)
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Roland
Today 08:42 PM
 Cowen Uncapper troubleshooting
I see some other issues. The spring to hold the knives together is not right, and the slip clutch for the drive chains will need to be re-engineered. You may also need to tinker with the trip dogs... (53 views, 6 replies)
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JWPalmer
Today 08:38 PM
 Video of fighting bees, dead and dying bees
1/2 tsp. per hive every 5 days until no more mites fall. Usually 5-6 treatments for a heavily infested hive. If you do not have a screen bottom with an insert, stick a piece of poster board through... (110 views, 8 replies)
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Roland
Today 08:35 PM
 honey jars
Truckload quanities? Crazy Roland (117 views, 2 replies)
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rwlaw
Today 08:33 PM
 Hello from West Tennessee!
Welcome! (17 views, 1 replies)
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rwlaw
Today 08:31 PM
 Brand New Beekeeper From Eastern Washington
Welcome and good luck! (22 views, 2 replies)
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Roland
Today 08:31 PM
 Queen Excluder Timing
If you are running more than a single deep brood chamber, I would expect cells because you have stretched the brood chamber so far that her smell has diminished. Crazy Roland (200 views, 7 replies)
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JWPalmer
Today 08:21 PM
 Startup advice - following Michael Bush's methods - Newbee
This is how it would look set up outside. 48889 (379 views, 19 replies)
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Riverderwent
Today 08:10 PM
 Moved hives 150 yards, resulted in failed reorientation or unintended fly back split?
Fly back. The queen cells’ survival and the lack of new eggs until a week after the new queens emerge will tell the tale. (66 views, 2 replies)
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DrBsBees
Today 08:05 PM
 “Royal Issues”
Hi everyone! I’m Brad and new to the forum. I posted my intro in the welcome area. I am having lots of trouble with queens this year it seems. Made it through winter with one hive that was quite... (23 views, 0 replies)
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Litsinger
Today 07:38 PM
 Treatment-Free Bungling 2018 - ?
That is well-said, GregV. I hadn't really appreciated where the smells would emanate from, but most of the swarm-trapping guides tell you to put the LGO in the top of the cavity, which would then by... (17,144 views, 746 replies)
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Fivej
Today 07:25 PM
 Bee friendly pest control
I would try neem oil. It is a natural pesticide from the neem tree and does not harm bees. J (15 views, 1 replies)
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Jadeguppy
Today 06:56 PM
 2000 Acres of Hemp Project
You need people that are familiar with the local plants. One of the local beekeepers you are hiring should be the expert you are looking for as to what to plant. Bees prefer to stay within 2-3... (300 views, 13 replies)
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msl
Today 06:54 PM
 Commiserate: Worst Advice You've Ever Followed, & Subsequent Disastrous Results
well I came into the year with 15 in that yard, mated out 40 queens to requeen and make increases, saw an issue in a few hives and waited for the flow to start and "clear it up", took a good amount... (96 views, 5 replies)
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snapper1d
Today 06:52 PM
 Queen Introduction & Conflicting Advice
I have done both ways for years and dont see a difference in acceptance. (96 views, 9 replies)
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BDT123
Today 06:13 PM
 Alberta
Blue Virgin’s Bower, Wild Clematis blooming in bush, Clematis occidentalis. Low Bush Cranberry blooming, Viburnum edule. First bloom on the Hawthorns, Crataegus chrysocarpa. Every pollinator in... (9,554 views, 62 replies)
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Nelsonhoneybeefarms
Today 05:54 PM
 how long for a new queen to start laying?
We may be from the same woods. Sorry, I tend to speak in colloquials, occasionally they make it to the keyboard. (165 views, 6 replies)