Difference between revisions of "Built combs"

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File:Half_built_comb.jpg|Half built comb
 
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File:Half_built_comb.jpg|Half built comb
 
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File:Half_built_comb.jpg|Half built comb
 
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Latest revision as of 12:16, 3 November 2016

Built combs are frames with wax cells already fully built by bees. Beekeepers can save the built combs after harvesting the honey from them and use them during the expansion of a hive in the next year. One has to be aware that it is possible to spread diseases through the introduction of built combs.