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Sunday, July 08, 2007

It Was a Rainy Night in Georgia

Finally - we had a rainy night in Georgia and actually waked up to a rainy day! I can't believe it. We've had so little rain that I've forgotten how the beeyard looks on a rainy day. I just had to post a picture because in this drought, this is a very unusual sight!

I'm thrilled for the rain, but the hives look a little forlorn. I'm so used to seeing the girls out and about, foraging, cleaning, zooming out of the hives.
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3 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:13 PM

    Linda,

    Are you going to leave the supers with the bottom full deep, or eventually going to all mediums. Just curious, as I am trying to switch over to all mediums.

    Your deck looks so inviting so nice and damp. I am sure the bees will be very happy.

    Annette

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  2. I am in the process of switching to all mediums. The two hives that have deeps in the bottom were both started from nucs this year and the nucs were deeps - so I put them both in deep boxes. All the new hives are in mediums - the small swarm and Proteus Bee are both in 8 frame mediums. Bermuda (the hive at the upper left) who barely made it through the winter is in all medium boxes.

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  3. ne dediginizi bir anlasam bende diyecem ama.olmuyor işte,öğrenin şu türkçeyi ama çabuk olun lütfen.::))

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