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  • Choosing Your Hive: A Closer Look at Langstroth,

    2011-3-29 · To me a Warre Hive is like the Langstroth that is foundationless. Is that correct? If so than why do people want the Warre Hive when you cant look in on them very much, you can not control where they build, and you take a risk of comb falling and possibly getting the queen when you take off a box. Im up for anything but I just have these questions.

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  • Langstroth, Top-Bar or Warre? | MOTHER EARTH NEWS

    I tore the frames in my Langs apart and just use the top bars. Warré management typically involves leaving the hive closed as much as possible, so even frames without foundation would likely be welded to the walls by the end of the couple of years that any one box is typically occupied before harvest. seems better to me to forgo the frames altogether if you're really after the Warré experience.

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  • Top-Bar, Warre, and Langstroth Beehives | MOTHER

    2021-4-9 · Less common options are the Warre Hive and Flow Hive. With easy-to-find information and readily available supplies, the most common type of hive, the Langstroth beehive, is the best design for a beginner. In 1851, Lorenzo Langstroth, a minister and beekeeping hobbyist from Massachusetts, invented the hive. The first hive was to have removable ...

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