From summer to early winter place mason bee homes inside a net bag. This will prevent your mason bees from being parasitized while they are inside thrier cocoons.
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Thank you for your comments. I will keep it in mind for posts in the future. I agree that some of the posts are short. I do make some posts short if I have covered the subject in other posts. I try to avoid repetition. If you need further background info, use the search window on top of the blog and insert one or two words. This can be very helpful for shorter posts. Dr Margriet Dogterom
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