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  • Frames Archives - Welcome to Abelo's Beekeeping

    National Poly Hive 14 x 12 with Shallow Roof. National Poly Hive 14 x 12 with Deep Roof. 12 Frame National Poly Hive. 12 Frame National Poly Hive 14 x 12. National Hive – CEDAR. Random products. 100 litre heated tank with stand £ 2,250.00 inc. VAT. Recently Viewed Products. National Brood Box Cedar 2nd £ 25.00 inc. VAT.

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  • National Hive Poly & Cedar Archives - Welcome to

    This deal includes 11 SN4 National Hoffman (self-spacing) shallow super frames with the following dimensions: Top bar- 17″ x 7 8 ” (431mm x 22mm) Side bar- 5½” x 1 3 8 ” (216mm x 35mm) Bottom bar- 14″ (356mm) It also includes a pack of 11 National shallow wired premium foundation. Frames are 1st quality and are flat packed, ready ...

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  • Foundation Archives - Welcome to Abelo's

    National Hive - CEDAR. National 14×12 Hive with Flat Roof – CEDAR Second quality. The National hive is the most popular in the UK, it is a single walled hive and is easy to …

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  • National Hive - CEDAR Archives - Welcome to Abelo's ...

    The post last week on the preparation of oxalic acid (OA; the active ingredient in the commercially available and VMD approved product Api-Bioxal) generated a slew questions. Inevitably, some of these drifted off topic … at least as far as the specific content of the post was concerned. This partly reflects the deficiency of a weekly blog as a means of communicating.

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  • Abelo Archives - Welcome - The Apiarist

    This is the front of the same hive from which the Varroa tray was photographed – the cappings on the tray and the cluster location correspond perfectly.. By the way … don’t bother looking for Varroa on the tray. This hive is in a Varroa-free region ?. As I’ve said before, it’s not unusual for colonies in poly hives to cluster tightly against the wall in winter.

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  • Flawed floors - Welcome - The Apiarist

    From left to right … Thorne’s traditional hive tool.Perfectly adequate. Nicely weighted and pretty good quality stainless steel. Cheap knock-off variant of Thorne’s Claw Hive Tool. £2 each from a long-forgotten stand at a beekeeping convention. Light and relatively short (8″).

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  • Beekeeping Archives - Page 20 of 43 - The Apiarist

    2018-7-28 · The gold arrow (days 240-300 i.e. September and October) indicates when the winter bees are being reared. These are the bees that need to be protected from mites (and their viruses). Mite numbers (starting with just 20 in the hive on day zero) are indicated by the solid coloured lines. The blue, black, red, cyan and green lines indicate modelled mite numbers when the colony is treated with a ...

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  • Problems Archives - Page 8 of 12 - The Apiarist

    From a beekeeping point of view it really did seem idyllic. Perhaps the only issue would be the temperature. In Spring the midday temperatures were in the mid-20’s (°C) and – going by my experience of working colonies in the bee shed – that can get pretty hot and tiring in a bee suit. Hives

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  • Esperanto–English dictionary

    2015-7-21 · -a : (adjective ending) -aĉ- : (denotes badness of quality, disparaging) -ad- : (denotes continuation or constant repetition of an action) -aĵ- : (denotes something possessing a

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  • Problems Archives - Page 8 of 12 - The Apiarist

    From a beekeeping point of view it really did seem idyllic. Perhaps the only issue would be the temperature. In Spring the midday temperatures were in the mid-20’s (°C) and – going by my experience of working colonies in the bee shed – that can get pretty hot and tiring in a bee suit. Hives

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  • Beekeeping Archives - Page 20 of 43 - The Apiarist

    2018-7-28 · The gold arrow (days 240-300 i.e. September and October) indicates when the winter bees are being reared. These are the bees that need to be protected from mites (and their viruses). Mite numbers (starting with just 20 in the hive on day zero) are indicated by the solid coloured lines. The blue, black, red, cyan and green lines indicate modelled mite numbers when the colony is treated with a ...

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  • Esperanto–English dictionary

    2020-11-24 · The 30 000 most-used Esperanto words, defined on one page.

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  • Esperanto Dictionary Word File [on23wd3rmml0]

    Esperanto Dictionary Word File [on23wd3rmml0]. ... ESPDIC (Esperanto – English Dictionary) – 2 August 2015 - Paul Denisowski (www.denisowski.org) -a : (adjective ending) -aĉ- : (denotes badness of quality, disparaging) -ad- : (denotes continuation or constant repetition of an action) -aĵ- : (denotes something possessing a certain quality or made from a certain substance, meat from a ...

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  • Problems Archives - Page 8 of 12 - The Apiarist

    From a beekeeping point of view it really did seem idyllic. Perhaps the only issue would be the temperature. In Spring the midday temperatures were in the mid-20’s (°C) and – going by my experience of working colonies in the bee shed – that can get pretty hot and tiring in a bee suit. Hives

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  • Beekeeping Archives - Page 20 of 43 - The Apiarist

    2018-7-28 · The gold arrow (days 240-300 i.e. September and October) indicates when the winter bees are being reared. These are the bees that need to be protected from mites (and their viruses). Mite numbers (starting with just 20 in the hive on day zero) are indicated by the solid coloured lines. The blue, black, red, cyan and green lines indicate modelled mite numbers when the colony is treated with a ...

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  • Esperanto–English dictionary

    2020-11-24 · The 30 000 most-used Esperanto words, defined on one page.

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  • Esperanto Dictionary Word File [on23wd3rmml0]

    Esperanto Dictionary Word File [on23wd3rmml0]. ... ESPDIC (Esperanto – English Dictionary) – 2 August 2015 - Paul Denisowski (www.denisowski.org) -a : (adjective ending) -aĉ- : (denotes badness of quality, disparaging) -ad- : (denotes continuation or constant repetition of an action) -aĵ- : (denotes something possessing a certain quality or made from a certain substance, meat from a ...

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  • Problems Archives - Page 8 of 12 - The Apiarist

    From a beekeeping point of view it really did seem idyllic. Perhaps the only issue would be the temperature. In Spring the midday temperatures were in the mid-20’s (°C) and – going by my experience of working colonies in the bee shed – that can get pretty hot and tiring in a bee suit. Hives

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  • Beekeeping Archives - Page 20 of 43 - The Apiarist

    2018-7-28 · The gold arrow (days 240-300 i.e. September and October) indicates when the winter bees are being reared. These are the bees that need to be protected from mites (and their viruses). Mite numbers (starting with just 20 in the hive on day zero) are indicated by the solid coloured lines. The blue, black, red, cyan and green lines indicate modelled mite numbers when the colony is treated with a ...

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  • Esperanto–English dictionary

    2020-11-24 · The 30 000 most-used Esperanto words, defined on one page.

    Get Price
  • Esperanto Dictionary Word File [on23wd3rmml0]

    Esperanto Dictionary Word File [on23wd3rmml0]. ... ESPDIC (Esperanto – English Dictionary) – 2 August 2015 - Paul Denisowski (www.denisowski.org) -a : (adjective ending) -aĉ- : (denotes badness of quality, disparaging) -ad- : (denotes continuation or constant repetition of an action) -aĵ- : (denotes something possessing a certain quality or made from a certain substance, meat from a ...

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