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  1. Beekeeping 101
    I started my hives in April last year. When I ordered my equipment, I ordered all HSC. Had no clue what it was, but it said SUPER, so I figured it meant stronger. (blush) In part, seems a good thing that I ordered it. But I'm wondering if I need some foundationless on outsides or some small...
  2. Bee Forum
    I was thinking of whipping up a pollen patty in the blender with some water and spraying that on some HSC. Has anyone tried that?
  3. Beekeeping 101
    Where can I buy frames of drawn comb or PermaComb for supers? Honey bound brood box needs empty drawn comb asap. Mike
  4. Bee Forum
    The last time I cut Honey Super Cell I simply cut the deeps down to mediums and then fit the cut-offs into medium frames. I've seen that I would prefer to have a real top-bar on my HSC frames and I'm now planing to simply cut the HSC in half. This will leave about 3/4" between the the bottom...
  5. The Queen & Bee Breeding
    I have some scraps of "Honey Super Cell" that I thought of using in mating nucs. I'm thinking that the young bees might accept the plastic fairly well. What do you think?
  6. Bee Forum
    If a top hive body containing Honey Super Cell was packed with winter stores wouldn't the bees be well on their way to being Small Cell when the cluster moves up in the winter? Acceptance of the HSC would be less of an issue since there's no place to go... And the Super Cell would have been...
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