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Dee Lusby sobre la construcción de celdas en enjambres

Notapor bee » Lun Mar 26, 2018 8:17 pm

buenas tardes,

Dee Lusby una vez más escribió algo interesante en su foro sobre la fabricación de las celdas pequeñas:

Dee Lusby escribió:Whether fresh caught swarms or bought new packages here's thoughts to keep in mind to get the job done.

The first year is a startup year for then creating seed frames for what will be pot-progressive work, the many years following for growing up an outfit.

When giving fresh caught swarms, separate hives into two major different Apiaries, keeping small sized swarm bees for production of seed frames, by immediately placing on to 4.9mm foundation.

When hiving an established feral use swarm ketching frames to mount broodcomb filling each frame as much as possible. If hiving the cutout during a good nectar flow , discard 95+% pollen and honey comb bringing home for own use, and then you get the bees to draw out speeded up comb drawing out by creating no place for the bees to put stores, so you trigger wax production big time in honeybees. Make sure queen excluded on so no swarming takes until queen laying goid and 3 to 4 new food storage frames are made by the bees either doing foundationlees or using foundation. Take and melt down any large cell combs for recycling beeswax for drawing out new combs.

Upon completion of first super and stores of brood, bees, pollen and honey then add a seconds to fillout,..then repeat until size equivalent of three filled deeps for broodnest area.

Now if feral swarm being cut out is bigg stuff or even if shaking down a LC hive to mimic a swarm, combs in each must be separated in colonies for that using to that trashing, to end up using smallest combs possible,...then following year to repeat to go smaller,......or to speed up time and work, simply buy honey super cell for downsizing fast or drawn out seed comb use from those swarms and cutouts already smaller and doing r.9mm foundation okay.

Dee A Lusby
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Notapor marcelo » Vie Abr 13, 2018 5:47 pm

Hola, alguien que traduzca el texto que con Google no me entero, graaacias.
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Notapor bee » Vie Abr 13, 2018 9:52 pm

marcelo escribió:Hola, alguien que traduzca el texto que con Google no me entero, graaacias.


el problema en la traducción automática son las palabra "seed frames".
Se trata de panales de cera estiradas de celdilla pequeña.

Ella recomienda coleccionar el primer año del regreso a celdillas pequeñas la máxima cantidad posible de estas seed frames para luego en el segundo año regresar más colmenas.
https://resistantbees.com/blog/?page_id=877

PROCESS FOR SPEEDING-UP RETROGRESSION: This is a definite multi-year application to accomplish. Depending upon the size of the beekeeping operation, it can take anywhere from 3 to 15 years average to accomplish. The first year is a preparation year for creating “seed-frames” for what will be pot-progressive work, the years following. Work is begun by the preparation of “removeable swarm-catching frames” to act as stimuli for producing seed-frames of drawn-out 4.9mm brood-comb foundation. It also fills a two-fold purpose of speeding-up retrogression, while supplying a renewable source of clean uncontaminated beeswax for foundation making (We will be going over making foundation by hand later). Depending upon the size of the operation to be converted back to natural comb sizing, figure making about 50 supers of swarm-catching frames for every 1000 hives, or 5 supers of swarm-catching frames per 100 average.
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