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  Monday, 12 April 2021
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Hi — My hive died last winter and I was not able to extract the honey left in the hive before now. I’m not sure why they died — with COVID distractions, I did not treat for varroa, so that might be why. Can I use some existing frames to feed a new colony arriving in a few weeks? Is the honey that is still in the hive (its been in an unheated room in the basement) safe to be extracted and bottled? Advice appreciated!
1 year ago
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Yes, you can use it for a new colony. Because you didn't treat for varroa, you can extract if the honey if it isn't crystallized.
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