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Michael Housel <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 10 Nov 2000 21:35:09 EST
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The wild hives on the outside of the tree limbs have more burl comb if they
are east west in formation.  The hives that are built north south don't seem
to have burl wax comb.  The sun light may have as much to do with this in
theory as the electrical.  The light will effect with direct heat on brood.
This doesn't have any effect inside a hive box.  Do you have a copy of the
Pichard work or where?

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