247Re: [TopHive] so, how did you get started in top bar beekeeping?
- Dec 15, 2005I have dropped the idea again, as it was impractical (read: momentary
Well, it is kind'a heresy, but my idea was simply to simulate some of the
conditions in a lang by make a frame fitting the TBH and put drone foundation
The reason I dropped the idea again, is that the bees naturally mix in drone
cells in the free-drawn combs in a TBH, as opposed to mainstream hives, where
the use of foundation keeps the bees in line. Thus they have plenty of drone
cells and ....
On Thursday 15 December 2005 10:37, girl mark wrote:
> could you elaborate on what you've just found?
> >What I don't like about TBH's, is that it is somewhat less easy to
> > practice drone brood removal, but I have just now gotten some ideas on
> > how to control this.
> >I do love to experiment and try out new ideas.
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