Renasant announced the hiring of Joel E. Smith as Senior Vice President, Commercial Banking. “We are delighted to have Joel sign up for Renasant,” said Dan Reid, President of Memphis Community and Business Banking. “With an increase of than 15 many years of banking experience, he shall be a great asset to our team. Smith is a graduate of Rhodes College, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree, and the University of SC with a Master’s degree in Accountancy.
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Put on as much as you’d like. I think it is good practice to have a minimum of two honey supers on all hives through the nectar season. Three or four supers are better even. Don’t wait to add your supers or you might miss particular nectar flows. Get all supers on by May 1st!
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Consider having a supplementary, empty hive on hand so you’ll be able to capture a swarm. You should catch your own swarms or you will likely receive calls once your neighbors learn you are a beekeeper. Every week all Springtime and summer We get several calls. JUNE AND THE BEES: The bees will be spending so much time filling supers.
They can still swarm during June, so keep an eye out for swarms. There is no need to feed the bees. These are gathering plenty of nectar and pollen. At night You might start to see the bees hanging out on the front of the hive. This is normal. On hot and humid evenings especially, the night time outside the hive many bees will spend, clinging to the front of the hive or they could form a beard on the floor before the hive. This trend is named “bearding”. This would be like you enjoying your cool porch on the hot evening. Continue steadily to monitor your hive.
We suggest inspecting your hive every fourteen days to guarantee the queen is laying well. The bees will need water, so be certain to keep a water source near your hives. We fill bird baths with drinking water so that our bees stay out of our dog’s water dish and our neighbor’s pool.
Most beekeepers begin to consider the quantity of mites within hives during June. Some even begin to treat. However, no treatments can be administered in a hive while supers are on. This could contaminate the honey with chemical residue. We do not use chemicals in our hives but we do treat for mites with natural powder sugar. However, we wait until the last summer month’s nectar flow is over before treating with powder sugar.