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If you've ever had trouble with bees you probably know how difficult it is to get rid of them without you being stung or the bees being killed. ...
For this step you will need four planks cut in standard lengths and heights as you would for a normal Langstroth hive supper. (You will need to measure ...
You will need two peaces shade netting the size of the longest Langstroth supper dimension and four frames four fifths the length of the netting. The frames can ...
This is where you should get creative if you're not going to buy a vacuum cleaner for sucking up bees. Take the hose fitting least/never used on your ...
In this step we complete the entire internal construction of the bee sucker. You will again need to make use of the biscuit machine and fix the internal ...
The following step is essential as it will determine if your bee sucker will ultimately work. The goal is to make the container airtight. You will need a ...
Repeat step five but make sure all seals are air tight.
Before commencing with this step you should paint your bee sucker. In this step you require a piece of Perspex the size of your supper, double sided tape ...
Flare a Kreepy Krauly pipe and fix it to the inside of your bee sucker with screws. Seal it with the stuff miracles are made of.
Cut a hole on one side of the bee sucker. Cover it with a movable peace of plastic. You will use this to regulate the pressure inside the ...
Play around with pressure and make sure you don't kill the bees. If you have the correct suction you can even suck in the queen without killing her.
When all is said and done, take your catch and place the bee sucker on top of their new home filled with brood taken from their old home. ...
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