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Ian H
22:49
Bee Buddy Map: https://portlandurbanbeekeepers.org/bee-buddy-map/Bee School 2022: https://portlandurbanbeekeepers.org/bee-school/Get involed at Green Anchors, our Club Apiary. Email Bruce: Apiary@PortlandUrbanBeekeepers.org or vice-president@portlandurbanbeekeepers.orgBee Days: June 5th 10-12Green Anchors : 8940 N Bradford St, Portland, OR 97203Where can I park for Bee Days? Cathedral Park : 8940 N Bradford St, Portland, OR 97203PUB Social Event: June 16th 7-9 PMLucky Labrador Brew Pub915 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214
Samsung SM-G991U1
36:16
hey guys! my hive swarmed and I saw no signs of a queen so I purchased one today from Glen. Of course I found eggs and larva today and no longer need the new queen. if anybody is interested in her please shoot me and email olson.james.h@gmail.com. thanks-Jim
Diana Dickinson
37:00
I’ve got both bumblebees and honeybees all over my ceanothus.
Matthew Van Sickle
51:54
Can that link for the certification course offered through the state be put in the chat?
Jessica Anderson
54:31
That was great, Brian, I've never seen one before!
Shawn Sloan
54:51
Thank you, Brian
Ian H
56:17
https://www.oregon.gov/oha/ph/providerpartnerresources/emstraumasystems/pages/epi-protocol-training.aspx
Kevin Finn
01:06:57
I recently heard a newly emerged virgin queen piping. I understand the purpose of the piping, but am curious if a mated queen would ever pipe?
Kristi Gustafson
01:11:56
Did I misunderstand, Dewey said 20% of the time there's 2 queens or 20% of the time whaaat?
Jana Patterson
01:12:16
He did say that 20% of the time there are 2 queens.
jeremiahsilverheart
01:14:12
This was in one of my hives a couple years ago. Hard to see one of them but there are 2 queens
Eric
01:25:16
Will workers repair a damaged queen cell?
Eric
01:33:39
What triggers the queen to lay eggs in the cups?
Kevin Finn
01:47:11
After a colony swarms and is now bivouacked generally where is the queen in the mass of bees? On the outer layer? Inside the central core?
Kristi Gustafson
01:52:53
When there are many queen cells on a frame, it seems a shame to "waste" them. What do you think of cutting the cells out and starting them in a nuc.
jeremiahsilverheart
01:53:09
do we know why the bees put the honeycomb pattern on the outside of the queen cells?
Troy Gooding’s iPhone
01:54:25
What determines whether a virgin queen is making a mating flight or she is going to after swarm with more bees and leave?
jeremiahsilverheart
01:58:05
I’ve got another—will virgin queens wait for good weather for mating flights? If so, for how long?
Scott
01:58:51
How does one collect a capped queen cell from a frame
Chris Corich
02:02:39
How does a queen find the drone mating area?
Kristi Gustafson
02:03:39
If 20% of the time there are 2 queens in a hive, is it likely at some point the old queen will decide to swarm?
Kristi Gustafson
02:04:49
There are a couple of u tube videos showing cutting queens out
Kevin Finn
02:08:20
In what month do you typically make up nucs for the fall? Do you use mated queens or do you allow the nuc to make their own queen?
Jana Patterson
02:12:55
Amazing information! Thanks so much, Dewey!!!
Kevin Finn
02:12:58
Thanks, Dewey!
Kristi Gustafson
02:13:26
Great meeting, thank u for sharing your knowledge!!!!