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  Wednesday, 03 August 2016
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I am new to this and was doing OK, at least I thought. Now things aren't looking very good. it appears my bees have stopped making honey and are eating the reserves.
I am in Weathersfield, about 6 miles west of Ascutney and would really appreciate a mentor or someone to consult.
6 years ago
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Thanks. That's encouraging. I thought it was big trouble.
6 years ago
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That is actually pretty common at the end of Summer as the dry weather stops many flows. You can offer a little sugar water in a feeder and see how they take to it. Be careful of how you feed in order to avoid robbing. When the golden rod and knot tweed start to bloom you should see them making honey again.
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