Re: how to remove hive that split into tree hollow?
- <dang that Michael V is fast... got there first...>
I'm guessing Michael can help coach you through it too.
--- In TopHive@yahoogroups.com, Michael Vanecek <mike@...> wrote:
> Iddee from here is good to talk to about that:
> And here's some photos of trap-outs and trap-out equipment:
> Be well,
> Zone 8, Texas
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> Barb & the Leaflets wrote:
> > do you have a good link for the how-tos of a trap-out?
- I agree with Mike leave them alone and trap the future swarms the
colony throws. You never know this colony may establish itself and
survive winter. If it does it will be a valuable source.
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