David Williams wrote:I cant say i have seen this due to the nature of the way our hives have been manipulated , any queen after mating doesn't leave the nest , as all queen cells are squashed and hives expanded to keep her in , if hive numbers start to drop off because the queen gets "old" she's usually removed and replaced by a fresh "emergency queen",
Jay Peters wrote:
I own property in Southern NB and believe me, it can come quite cheap here.
Community is important to me, which is a big part of the reason I bought where I did despite slightly higher prices generally speaking ...I have seen lots of large-ish parcels go for good prices as well if you wait if out though. NB isn't very desirable at this point - most young people move away and much farm and pasture is going unused and growing up... even lots of very fertile land along the saint john river valley...this makes for good deals to be had.
Rick Roman wrote:Vern, I'm very interested in your grey water system that feeds the toilet. Please keep posting your progress. Thanks
Brian Knight wrote:The beauty of Permaculture is that there are so many ways of doing things! I dont see anything incorrect about using steel. Its often the only choice in necessary components with heavy green roofs. A better permies practice would involve sourcing some pre-used beams.