Bee Study on Neonicotinoids
Attached is a link to the latest study on neonics.
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A winter that won’t let go.
It snowed in Cleveland this weekend and we had frost on the “last” frost date in Columbus. What appeared to be a wonderful mild winter that helped many of our bees survive just won’t go away. The up and down temperatures with rain every other day are causing the bees to just go crazy. I came home last night to see two swarms in the... [Read more of this review]
We recently heard from both Kent Williams and Dan O’Hanlon about the benefit of buying nucs to start beekeeping with. The greatest advantage in their option is that you are getting and established hive. But exactly what is a nuc. I’ve always been taught that a nuc is a five frames of bees and brood with an established laying queen. These... [Read more of this review]
Pancake Breakfast and Plant Swap
Join us on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 9:00 am for our annual pancake breakfast and plant swap. Northland Masonic Temple 5885 Cleveland Ave, Columbus 43231. Come and eat all the pancakes you can and bring a bee friendly plant to swap with someone else. COBA does not hold a regular membership meeting in May.
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