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Invasive yellow-legged hornet spotted in U.S. for first time

An invasive hornet, the Yellow-legged Hornet, has been spotted near Savannah, GA and this is the first sighting of these hornets in the US. Please click the button below for more information and the Factsheet from UGA Dept. of Entomology.

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It's time to…Make splits 7 days after notching and starting queen rearing

Once we pass the 15th of May, near the end of the spring nectar flow in Coweta County, Georgia, the resources in honey production hives can be used to make splits (another colony), establishing new colonies in empty hives and nucs. The beginning of preparations to assure the winter survival of many colonies and a honey harvest next spring.

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