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i had visited that site before and could drive there in under 2 hrs but they don't seem to offer local pickup. The shipping cost is even more amazing that the cost of the trees. looks unbelievable I think I will call them.
I live in Whitfield and I actually have a single sourwood tree on my small piece of property but kinda doubt those are too prevalent nearby. I am clearing that area where the one tree is and have thought about planting sourwoods but not a lot of choices in places to buy them from. Thanks
Funny how things work out sometimes. I'm doing the intro as suggested and the top one says about the same thing I would in that I am leaving facebook and googling and found a thread that led me here and he is from N. Ga. too. I'm starting my 3rd year of beekeeping come spring and currently have 4 ac...
wasn't Dr Leo's primary purpose for making the lang fit into the layens to provide a way to move a colony from lang to layens? I think your point is to adjust the size of the box to accommodate lang frames and I'm really getting into that, sounds like a good idea.