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Title: British bee journal & bee-keepers adviser
Year: 1873 (1870s)
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BEE-KEEPERS’ RECORD AND ADVISER. Ho. 566. VoLXXI. N.S. 174.] APRIL 27, 1893. [Published Weekly (fbitorial, Satires, th. Beneficial HINTS. Weather.âIn considering aboutthe climate just now, a single wonders how Joug the present .June-like warmth and bright sunshine is :going to last. Anyway it will call for a extended attain back in one’s memory to recall the like of the last six weeks at the identical season â of the year. The extended-continued absence â of rain begins to make matters look a bit significant for vegetation unless a adjust occurs really quickly. So far, nonetheless, there is no method to a " parched " appearance, the drought not getting adversely affected the ground crops in Kent, almost everything seeking beautifully fresh and green here as we write, although the fruit-trees are loaded with bloom. Speaking of drought, we quote under, as getting valuable for future reference, some outstanding particulars communicated by a correspondent who writes as follows in a current situation of the Occasions:â "The absolute drought which was brought to an finish by the quite insignificant shower in the early hours of Monday morning -.(April 17th) was the longest absolute drought given that my record was commenced in 1857, for it has lasted twenty-nine days. In the thirty-5 years there have bet-n eleven instances of three weeks’ absolute drought, but till the present drought there had been but one instance (Aug. 9 to Sept. 5, 1880) of four weeks, or twenty- eight days and this in 1893 has been exceeded by one day, creating it, as prior to stated, the longest absolute drought on my record. But it is much more than this, and how considerably more we cannot yet tell for the partial drought which began with February 28, and has lasted forty-eight days, or nearly seven weeks, is nevertheless unbroken, even though the longest previously was forty-tive days, from April 16 to Could 30, 1880. As far, consequently, as my record of thirty-5 years is con- cerned, the drought has had no equal but, if it be permissible to write from my own memory, corroborated by other records prior to I began mine, I believe that one or the wettest years of this century (1852) was as noteworthy for its spring drought as it was for its excessively wet autumn and early winter:" Early Supeiung.âThe remarkable way in which bees are thriving and filling up their hives in some areas has brought us some urgent queries as to " how quickly bees could be supered 1" We do not care to commit ourselves to dates in replying, be- result in of the unfortunate habit some have (newbies specially) of founding a prece- dent on our replies. In this way they get the notion into their heads that about the second or third week in April is the ortho- dox date for such operations. We must, however, remind them how seldom it is that the shade temperature in London con- tinues so high as to vary in between 65 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit for the entire of the last fortnight of April ! Additionally, how frequently do we have completed sections of the existing year taken off hives on the 12th cf the month, as was recorded on p. 157 latt week 1 They have to also recollect how quite forcibly do circumstances alter cases, and, although it might be appropriate to give surplus area in April this year, it is quite seldom indeed that the season will warrant such a proceeding. But, even though we enfoice these facts by wy of caution so far as ordinary seasons go we can not shut our eyes to the exceptionally favourable nature of the early bee season as it comes ahead of us. Only yesterday (the 24th) a effectively-completed sample of this season’s sections was brought to this office by a gentleman who is but a young bee-keeper, residing at Malvern Hyperlinks. The crate
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