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    We've included a Google Earth satelite picture of our plots and this years planting plan at the bottom of the page, next to each other.If you choose the Earth view on the satelite image you can rotate the image until it is lined up with the planting plan, then use the arrows in the plan to scroll from Plot 2 to Plot 1.We started with Hive 1, which has a single brood box and a single 'super'.The first thing to do is to check the floor inserts for signs of varroa drop.Depending on the hive you can have up to 7 supers on a colony, which the bees will fill with supplies, then 'cap' the honey with a thin layer of wax to keep the honey safe.Once a super is 90% capped it can be taken and the honey extracted in a centrifugal extractor, then filtered and bottled for our use.Sue and Lee's Vegetable Allotment pages, detailing all that we've been doing on our allotments, from clearing the 8' tall weeds that they were covered in when we started with our first plot in October 2006, through to where we are today, with 2 neighbouring full sized productive organic vegetable growing plots, 2 apiaries and 6 Beehives!!Clicking on any of the pictures will open them at full size in the browser window, which means you will have to use the 'back' button to return to the main pages, whereas clicking to the left or right of any picture will open them in a new window, if you fancy a closer look at any of the piccies we've posted!

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    Once dusted the bees take on a different aspect, looking a bit like 'ghost' bees! After that the hive is reassembled and left alone for another week, happy in the knowledge that the bees are ok.Hive 1 is a smaller colony (we had fears they wouldnt survive the winter, but having made it through ok, we are willing to give them a chance to get established this year rather than requeening the colony), whereas Hive 2 is a very strong and productive colony!Normally there's 4 or 5 of us to do the inspections, Pat and Colin, sometimes their daughter Sarah, and Lee and myself, so we usually split into 2 teams to tackle 1 apiary each, making the process a lot quicker than it would be if we all did it together, but as Pat and Sarah have gone away to Hampton Court Flower Show it meant with just the 3 of us present that we did the inspections together.Today we return to work after our holidays, Lee has already left to start at 730am, I'm on a Late shift today, so have to leave in a couple of hours, so please excuse us if the blog updates become a bit less regular than they have been for the past 2 weeks, working full time looking after 2 full size allotments and 6 hives of bees does eat up a hefty amount of time, but rest assured, I will do my best to keep you updated of our progress on the plots!Yesterday we did the inspections on our Bees, we currently have 6 hives in the 2 apiaries on our plots, the first apiary is on Plot 2, and the newer larger one (apiary 2) is on plot 1, confusing, but we know where they are!

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