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Hello all,

I am in Southern NH and this is my second year. I have two hives both survived the mild winter. Both still have honey and the queens are laying eggs, with all stages of brood in the works. The field bees are very active on warm, dry days.

I realize that experience is the most important tool in deciding a time line, but I was hoping for local/regional feedback on:


When to start Syrup feeding?


When, if, to reverse Deeps?


How often to inspect (actually open the hives) in the spring/early summer?



This is a very informative site, a great tool in the tool bag.
 

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May I suggest the search button above. Lots of this already written to death.
Good point, I did.

I was looking for what those in my local geographic area did when. Almost no Massachusetts and New Hampshire references which searching with those terms.

I was hoping for the opinions of those located near me.
 
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