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Good luck with that business enterprise. There is a few people selling flow honey. I think they’re getting good money for it. It wont take long to get your money back & start showing a profit.

When the flow hive first got launched, a local radio announcer made a comment that honey prices should drop because of all of the beekeepers finding it so easy to extract it. I don’t think that that has happened yet.


ha! profit? well … would be nice, not exactly anticipating that anytime soon, but ya never know

and yeah, doubt the flow frame’s supposed ease of extraction is going to even make a dent in the overall honey market – don’t expect to see the flow hive used commercially other than a novelty. but time will tell I suppose…


May I ask do your places selling Kiawe seeds? I would like to plant some of these.

Timothy Winarto


I don’t know of anyone selling kiawe seeds. The trees grow wild on our island. They do well in tropical climates.


Ok thanks for your reply. Are possible to get some seed from the wild?

Thank you