boards are used by commercial beekeepers in the plains states of the USA.
To make one, construct a frame, as described on the page about fume
boards, using a cloth that will not block the breeze, such as cheesecloth
or tulle. Do not make a metal top. The "breeze catcher" can
be ductwork or "stove-pipe" fittings. We found an 8-inch diameter
90-degree angle like this for $4. You want to use the biggest diameter
you can find. It simply sits on the base so it can rotate, and point
into the breeze.
|You need a base to attach to a plywood sheet, support the angle, and allow it to rotate to face the breeze. We found these for under $5 each. Either one will do.|
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