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Posted December 22, 2015
Thanks Trev, Very practical advice as usual.
Hey Trev, that was excellent. Great to the theory, see an inspection and then get the results. You're best vid yet.
Did you ever try the green plastic frames in the hive, freeze them after the drone brood was capped, and then return them to the hive?
Wow bad English, I'm tired:
*Great to [B]see [/B]the theory
* You[B]r [/B]best vid yet
Love it. See I gave you stars :)
[USER=3597]@Jezza[/USER]. No I have not used the green frames. It would mean 2 trips to the hives or carry a lot of extra equipment. Ok if only a couple of hives.
Nice work Trevor (y)
Just found the star rating...doh
Posted December 23, 2015
Brilliant video as always. Super practical and easy to follow. Thanks Trev
Another good one Trev keep it up.
So the hive won't really be affected by taking out all the drone cells?
No. But if you do not remove the capped drone then you will be breeding varroa.
There will still be plenty of drones in the hive.
Posted December 24, 2015
Great video and full of valuable information