Cool Best Drone Pictures images

By | February 4, 2018

A few nice best drone pictures images I found:

Image from page 1092 of “Gleanings in bee culture” (1874)
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Identifier: gleaningsinbeecu35medi
Title: Gleanings in bee culture
Year: 1874 (1870s)
Subjects: Bees Bee culture
Publisher: [Medina, Ohio, A. I. Root Co.]
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: UMass Amherst Libraries

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Text Appearing Before Image:
CURE FOR ROBBINGHOME. .^eA-MiKRING time in preparing your bees to make themost they can of any kind of season thatcomes, then you will be almost surpiised tosee how few poor seasons there are. Wehave not had a really poor season in 35 years, 1080 GLEANINGS IN BEP: CULTURE. Aug. 15 while some of my neighbors complain of apoor season nearly every summer. SECOND-HAND HONEY PACKAGES. I almost beg of you not to buy second-hand packages to ship extracted honey in.I dont know when 1 ever read better advicethan our friend Muth gave us a short time

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KIG. l.^HU.ME OF .AK.SKS BKAY, SANTA CLARA CO., CALIFORNIA ago in Gleanings on this subject. Dontuse those poor packages. If you do, you notonly bear down the market price of honeybut you indirectly raise the freight rate. Dont bother with starters of comb founda-tion in your breeding or extracting frames;but put in full sheets of foundation and pre-vent your bees from building that worst nui-sance of the apiary—namely drone comb.The man with a lew colonies may havetime to fuss with starters; but if you havemany hives to care for, the sooner you cutout this starter business, and the shiftingaround the apiary of brood, the better itwill be for your net income. The earlierin the spring you can have every hivein your apiary, and every comb in thosehives filled with worker brood, then keepthem so to the end of the season, the lessreason you will have to worry about poorhoney seasons and overstocking. We havenever had a strong colony of bees backedup with a hive full of worker brood fail

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Best guess: Eristalis arbustorum

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