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Discussion in 'Beekeeping' started by Unregistered-1427815803, Jul 24, 2004.

  1. Terri

    Terri Singletree & Weight Loss & Permaculture Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    Why don't you do a google search? Though, it is a bit late in the year to be getting package bees. I got mine from a bee supply store, but that place only sells them in the spring.
     

  2. justgojumpit

    justgojumpit Well-Known Member

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    try looking at the links post on this forum. that will lead you to some bees.
     
  3. Al M.

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    I want to find,what I can do to eliminate the cristalized on honey one time,to keep on jars for long period of time.
     
  4. Terri

    Terri Singletree & Weight Loss & Permaculture Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    All honey will crystalize, in time.

    Heating will return it to the liquid form, and most store-bought honey HAS been heated. Heating is ALSO hard on the flavor, which is why beekeeper-bought honey is tastier.

    If your honey has crystalized, I would simply warm it up until it is liquid again.