What does Eke mean in Apiculture Dictionary?

  • The term originated with skeps and it also ended up being "an enlargement" the equivalent of today's super. In existing consumption it frequently refers to a shim that is either put into the top for feeding things such as pollen patties or included under a shallow making it into a-deep. The word is used more frequently in Britain. by Cyrstal VarneyReport definition

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