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Timing

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Those little indentions in the wood is from the cocoons of the wax moth. So, the wax moth lays eggs on the wax, the eggs hatch into larva (worms) and they
Dane Strickland
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4:18 PM

washboarding??

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Prevents robbing and disease by masking entrance I think. Your bees may be suffering an attack by ants wasps or such. They may just have a cleaning OCD like
Chez pr
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Jun 30

Brood boxes and queen excluder

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I’m not sure if there are any other replies, but here is mine. When your colony has grown to occupy 80% of the first box, its time to add the next box -
Dane Strickland
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Jun 16
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