Cj Verde wrote:I do wonder if we should have had the opening facing East. Right now it's facing South but lots of trees are blocking the sun and they aren't very active till 11am. I will be cutting down some of the trees on the south side. Either way, no danger of melting wax!
Andrew Schreiber wrote:
wondering why folks are not putting any walls up on their bee huts?
In one book [of the Talmud] a bee-house is spoken of as big as a room; the hives were placed one above another, flight holes pierced on two or four sides, and they were protected from the sun by a straw roof.
Cory Collins wrote:1. how far apart do the hives need to be? i guess that doesn't necessarily have to do with the bee hut, but I'm short on materials would like to figure out how many hives I can fit in my future hut.
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