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SiWolKe wrote:Do you have a second room inside?
Or is it just like a hive, only without combs and with nest material?
Some say a second room connected with the entrance will protect the bumble queen in spring from other queens taking over the box.
I had a real big bumble bee nest one year under some fuzzy plants.
If you were careful you were able to push some plants to the side and observe their nest activities but later they became dangerous and attacked.
moebees wrote:Nice video Varroa Apiary. I love the "don't treat on me" sign. Apparently bumble bees are not easy to get into nest boxes. Most of ours around us nest under ground although I did have a nest take up residence in my shed one year. That was a little disconcerting every time I went in there they were checking me out but never got stung. You might try a box right on the ground or partially buried.
You mean Cuckoo bumblebees? Well this is 100% total TF. I like Cuckoo bees. I'm not against even to Varroa mite like You remember.
This sentence is kind of rebus
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