moments like this

Discussion in 'General Beekeeping' started by Zookeep, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. Zookeep

    Zookeep Active Member

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    this is what its all about, at the yard today pulled a deep of honey and still have 4 more meds there to do, not sure what it is but they are brining in large clumps of bright yellow pollen
     

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  2. Zookeep

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    pulling from 8 more hives today in 2 locations, will post pics:grin:
     

  3. neatyardian

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    You must be somewhere warm. It's just starting to warm up here. Really glad for you. Great job!
     
  4. ApisBees

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    Wet cappings must either be warm and it can also be a indication of nectar source or bee breed. Looks good Zookeep
     
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    Man, I hate to admit but I do not know what that means. Esters and hecto scorch. :-/
     
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    As a Floridian, from the "Sunshine State" you should know---it's powdered sunshine, the kind that comes there in the winter when everyone else is under clouds and snow. :lol:
     
  9. Zeevah

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    I'm sorry but I don't understand what "Hector scorch" means. The post says it's been edited due to auto correct, but the edit still says "hector scorch". Is that an 'auto correct/complete' error? Or is there something called "Hector scorch"?