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Rob Shepler commented on Bob Miller's blog post bee hive
"Hi Bob!   I live up in Mayhill so I am semi close to you. Sounds like you want to get into beekeeping, there is a lot to know and I would love to help you if I can. A great place to start learning about bees is Michal Bush’s website…"
Nov 28, 2012
Bob Miller commented on Bob Miller's blog post bee hive
"Thanks Paul. if no luck with attracting a queen i will contact you in the spring. bob "
Oct 16, 2012
Paul McCarty commented on Bob Miller's blog post bee hive
"You cannot attract a queen-bee, but you can put some lemongrass oil on a cotton ball and place it in the hive and try to attract a swarm. Your best bet would be to buy some bees though. I might have some in Spring."
Oct 15, 2012
Bob Miller posted a blog post

bee hive

hi all,i live in alamogordo near holloman air force base. i made a bee hive out of wood from a picture in a magazine. i do need to find out how i attract a queen bee. i planted lantana and russian sage, there was already catnip plants there. last year the bees were all over the catnip blossoms.i understand in the spring if there are to many queens in a hive a queen will leave the hive with some workers and look for a new hive. how can i attract the queen to my hive.i have read about the many…See More
Oct 15, 2012
Bob Miller is now a member of New Mexico Beekeepers Association
Oct 14, 2012

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bee hive

hi all,

i live in alamogordo near holloman air force base. i made a bee hive out of wood from a picture in a magazine. i do need to find out how i attract a queen bee. i planted lantana and russian sage, there was already catnip plants there. last year the bees were all over the catnip blossoms.

i understand in the spring if there are to many queens in a hive a queen will leave the hive with some workers and look for a new hive. how can i attract the queen to my hive.

i…

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