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Hi I have a question. I know where there is a wild bee hive inside a hollow tree, the bees are not aggressive, and I would like to encourage them to move into a box or hive. I was thinking of nailing a box onto the entrance of their tree hive, and hope that they would start moving in, or a lest produce some honey I can get to. The tree is huge and looks like it would fall over if I started chopping holes in it with a chainsaw, so Im not keen on doing that, as it located on the side of a road. Any comments or advise?
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Now I am excited to try beekeeping, thanks!
I think that if we used soft carve better than hard carve like circle shapegood work
One can always use a dowel with a thread tied around it and around every other strand this too will work as a heddle
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