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Ronald E. Nolte
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Winter water

I have two hives. They are located near an irrigation canal, which has provided water for the hives over summer. Yesterday, I went by the bees and saw that the canal was nearly dry.  The shady lakes…Continue

Started Oct 10

Can anyone identify this visitor to my landing board
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It is about 1/2 inch in lengthContinue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christianne Hinks Sep 3.

Do we still have virtual mentors? I hope so :)

I installed two packages in April. One had a queen die, and she was replaced her. That hive is doing great.The other hive with the original queen is doing okay, but does not seem to have nearly the…Continue

Started Jul 12

 

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Ronald E. Nolte replied to Amy Owen's discussion The Evening Before Grandma Passed
"Sorry for the loss, but I am glad you found comfort."
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Ronald E. Nolte posted a discussion

Winter water

I have two hives. They are located near an irrigation canal, which has provided water for the hives over summer. Yesterday, I went by the bees and saw that the canal was nearly dry.  The shady lakes ponds are about 1/4 mile away.  Do I need to put some water near the hives until the canal reopens?See More
Oct 10
Ronald E. Nolte replied to Sharolyn Berry Eitenbichler's discussion Two Warre Hive Set-Ups Free to a Good Beekeeper!
"I am curious about your experience with the Layens hive.  I am contemplating going to that style next year.  It seems like the best of all worlds."
Sep 17
Christianne Hinks replied to Ronald E. Nolte's discussion Can anyone identify this visitor to my landing board
"Euphoria inda - Bumble flower Beetle. They move into some of my hives in the fall, and I have found them completely propolized and still alive in the spring!"
Sep 3
Amy Owen replied to Ronald E. Nolte's discussion Can anyone identify this visitor to my landing board
"Ive seen those dead in the back of my top bar hives with other hive debris. I’m not sure of what type of beetle it is—but its never caused problems in my hives (and isn’t a small hive beetle). "
Sep 2
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Aug 30
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Do we still have virtual mentors? I hope so :)

I installed two packages in April. One had a queen die, and she was replaced her. That hive is doing great.The other hive with the original queen is doing okay, but does not seem to have nearly the same number of bees, and nowhere near the same amount of energy.So here are my questions. 1. It is really hot. I don't see many nectar plants. Should I go back to feeding the bees?2. Should I be thinking of re-queening the slow hive while there is still time left before winter?3. On the active hive,…See More
Jul 12
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Jul 10

Profile Information

About me:
New to beekeeping this year.
I use the following type of bee hives:
Langstroth
My bee hives are primarily located here (ZIP code):
87121
How best to reach me (Public email or phone)
Ron.Nolte@gmail.com

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