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To 14 of these top Do not the 13. forget cowdung-clay to take out the supporting sticks mixture is completely dry. 63). ’ t forget : It must be in a shady place. 14. Now you can introduce that 15. are described a colony or a swarm using earlier in the book. the same methods Cover the top bars with several sacks, to provide good insulation. sheet between the layers of sacking to prevent any Put a plastic water getting into the hive. sheet directly onto the topbars. Don’t put the plastic 58 A beekeeper checking the bees in his cow-dung hive.

But don’t allow the water Place the container on the fire, to boil because this will spoil the colour and the aroma of Keep the water just below boiling point and press the sack the wax, -frequently with a strong stick to squeeze the wax out-of the combs. The flat stone in your container prevents the sack from touching the hot base of the tin. - As the wax melts it will seep through the sack and float to the surface of the water. - After half an hour carefully place a heavy stone on top of the sack to keep it well below level of the water.

Inspections should be as brief as possible to prevent chilling the brood and also because robber bees are a real threat during this season. How to handle the bees is explained on pages 37-44. After pushing the lighter honey combs to the empty side, take out the normally darker brood combs and examine them one by one. Then push them to the empty side. Do not expose them to the cold wind or direct sun. 1 that if r egg Important: The movable top bars make it possible to check each comb separately, but it is essential that they are replaced in the same order and position to maintain the structure of the nest.

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