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  2. The Progressive Hive

    Available at http://www.BeeProgressive.com

    "An Alternative and Sustainable Hiving Approach for MAXIMUM Bee Health"

    The Progressive Hive is designed to provide the perfect environment for the health and development of the colony, and to minimize the impact from hive management and interaction that results results in a weakening of bee health.

    The bee nest naturally unfolds in one room,without multiple boxes and frame levels – no heavy lifting of supers any more. The hive comes with tall frames, which allow for more natural comb growth pattern and the beveled top bars of the frames enable bees to grow natural comb.

    The protection of the brood nest has the highest priority. A wax cloth covers the top of the frames and allows partial opening of the hive, and provides further protection of the inner climate of the hive. The bees respond by staying calm, since the inner climate is not deeply disturbed.

    Available with either a screened bottom board or a solid bottom board.

    Features:
    European design with a century of proven results
    Screened bottom board includes removable tray
    Highest quality wood
    Thick hive walls
    Hand crafted by master cabinetmakers In Northern California
    Advanced heating and cooling and moisture system eliminates typical Langstroth issues

    Footprint: 38" x 17"

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    Produced & Directed by Brian Brinkerhoff
    Filmed & Edited by Arnold Dizon for Cinestra Productions
    Filmed on location at Dr. Bob's Garden, Apiary & Honey Farm
    Assembler: Susan K.
    Voice Over: Laura B.
    Additional R & D: Todd Smith
    Gaia Bees: Michael Thiele

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  3. Just like the title says, down and dirty

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  4. Composting is an essential part of home food cultivation. Through composting, you can easily fuel plant growth and restore vitality to depleted soil in your garden. And while traditional composting methods may not suite everyone due to the size of your yard or amount of yard waste, we decided to show an alternative method, vermicomposting, using worms to help in the decomposition process of your kitchen waste.

    In this episode of Health Nuts, our friend Gregg Hayward shows that by building a simple bin and using Red Wiggler Worms, you can have a continuous flow of nutrient rich soil amendment all year round.

    Get more information about worm composting in this comprehensive guide: korduroy.tv/blog/2013/worm-composting-101-vermicomposting

    Host
    Gregg Hayward

    Camera/Edit
    Ian Kennelly

    Music
    "Impressions"
    Kerbside Collection
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    Producer
    Reis Paluso

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  5. Our first field day with the Wellington Beekeepers Association and an opportunity for everyone to look inside the Colorado Top Bar hive. It's been operational for about 2 months now, thanks to John, who modified some frames to help the bees get started, because we started so late in the season. The bees are starting on the top bars though, so a promising sign for the summer.

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