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crw13755
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« on: May 07, 2005, 02:41:31 PM »

I found this here at the Tenn website http://www.tnbeekeepers.org/learning.htm  wanted to see if the links worked here others to enjoy as well and hope it helps

Master Beekeeper George Imirie of Maryland has published scores of helpful essays for beekeepers, including some specifically for the TBA. All files in Adobe Acrobat format.
Special Paper for Tennessee Beekeepers
Swarm Knowledge
Keeping Your Bees Alive - Special TBA Paper
Colony Management During May Nectar FlowBee Behavior
Bee Management
Optimizing Honey Production
Can You Think Like a Bee?
Supering
More Honey and More Gentle Bees
Marked Queens
Hygienic Behavior
The Best Bee
History of Honey Bees
Pheromones
Finishing out Supers
Spring is Near
Imirie Requeening Method
Preparations for Winter
My Thoughts about Bee Diseases, Mites, and Pests
Upgrading from a BeeHaver to a BeeKeeper
Nectar Flow "Must Do" Items
Harvesting Honey
January Projects
The Death of Roger Morse
Source of Information
All About Feeding Bees
Ready for the Nectar Flow?
Are Chemicals Past History?
The Good and Bad of Swarms!
Proper Time and Technique of Harvesting Honey
Aug 2001 - Beekeeper Burnout
Oct 2001 - Terror Time for Bees
Nov 2001 - Common Questions
Dec 2001 - What Will Be Important in 2002?
Jan 2002 - Reversing, Feeding, etc
Feb 2002 - Major Honey Crop or Dead Bees in 2002?
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« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2005, 10:18:52 PM »

Great site--you gotta love salty George--he has a lot to say and a lot to offer.
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« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2005, 12:54:39 AM »

Here is another great site with a lot of publications on it

http://eppserver.ag.utk.edu/bees/test/intro.html
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« Reply #3 on: May 10, 2005, 01:25:00 PM »

Hey Thanks Lively great site I sent that to a friend of mine that is interested in Beekeeping but seems your classes are about to start? is that right Mike.Smith@zlbplasma.com is his address if you want to give him a hollar  cheesy  I liked your area there, I got some great pics taken
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