hi all from western greece

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  1. cabeetal

    cabeetal New Member

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    hi
    i am a fairly new beekeeper from western greece
    i have double beehives 20 frames each.

    i am good at royal jelly production, and my knowing my mountains flora.

    i hope we bee talking
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  2. kebee

    kebee Active Member

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    Welcome cabeetal to the forum, interest on the 20 frames per hive, is it 2 10 frames hives, enjoy your stay here.

    ​Ken
     

  3. cabeetal

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    some royal jelly production in which i specialize. this year i managed to make 20kg sold at 1.20 euro per gr

     

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    kebee double i mean this . hives with two floors mesh or no mesh. but mostly just 20 frames 2 floor beehives
     

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    Welcome to the forum from the UK.

    You had a good royal jelly crop. How many hives to get 20 kilo ?
     
  6. cabeetal

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    i run a small group of workers technicians.
    to keep the royal jelly production "alive" i use 33 hives with 1 floor which are queenless. add to this 66 more hives which are double floor with queen down and mesh.

    now to run this 99 bee hive line i need like 220 more (double and single hives) in order to provide me twice a day with 24h larvae

    maybe some of you here might help me i find it difficult to educate the workers in terms of static electricity hmidity if cups for larvae survival and bee nutritient all the way down the production.