My question is. do I ditch all of the Duragilt that I bought and buy new foundation or do I install it and run the risk that the bees don't like it and.
Beekeeping offers many types of foundations for frames such as plastic, wax and comb Rarely can I get an even frame of comb off of Duragilt foundation. means a lot of disassembly and cleaning, pulling out nails, and removing the wires.
Next we will look at a couple of frames that had Duragilt foundation placed I set up my hives last night(one 8 frame and one 10 frame).
So I decided to buy the frames and foundation, unassembled, locally, top bars and grooved bottom bars, and my foundation is Duragilt, a very thin Install the foundation by first slipping it into the grooved bottom bar (make.
But I'm not settling for plastic foundation again for my bees. Read why here. Removing the last piece of wacky comb with my hive tool. The bees . Wax, heavy plastic, Duragilt, and foundationless are represented for sure.
I was thinking of using some Duragilt foundation for a new split I'm starting, for .. to install, if its a one piece frame, take it out of the box and put it in the super.
hives assembled and a location to put the hives selected before the bees arrive. with Duragilt foundation as well as crimpwired foundation without hooks.
It looks like Duragilt will offer the same strength as Pierco and easy to install. Plus ,I won't have to coat the foundation with wax. Another.
I have been using Duragilt Foundation for a few years now and am going and installed prewaxed Rite cell foundation in supers fo four hives.