Beekeeping,Treating wood Beehive boxes,tops,bottoms.Beekeepers Bee hives preservation wood rot stop


Part 1, Beekeeping, More at Treating wood beehive boxes,tops, bottoms, Pollen traps to prevent rot. Georgia Beekeeper John Pluta shows how on his Bee Hive box parts. Beekeepers lose to many beehives to early wood rot decay on untreated hives. Southern Beekeeping like in Florida, Georgia,Alabama,South Carolina,Mississippi,Louisiana beehive wood box preservation is a must from high humidity beehives rot quickly.Moving honeybee hives for farm crop pollination several times a year ,beekeepers need good tight beehives to prevent bee escapes when moving in public.

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  1. lilbob369
    4:09 pm on April 11th, 2010

    will they keep with just the dip,or do they have to be painted as well?

  2. sollyboi
    4:22 pm on April 11th, 2010

    this is great

  3. johnpluta
    5:00 pm on April 11th, 2010

    Tried that before,worked good till first summer heat wave. Wax leaches out running everywhere drawing other bees to wax smell causing robbing.

  4. slacker361
    5:06 pm on April 11th, 2010

    can you treat it with just beeswax?

  5. cordovanbee
    5:30 pm on April 11th, 2010

    thanks for sharing!

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