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    Re: End bar router blowout

    "some pieces will router out good but most of the time I get blowout. "

    Your problem is 100% in using the wrong router bit. It has nothing to do with router speed nor feed speed. And do NOT ever...
  2. Re: My (alternative) theory of the Bush Miracle

    Top entrance hives may be more humid as humid air is heavier. This is just one of a hundred factors that may effect mites. MB says for him SC was just the tipping point. Where is your tipping...
  3. Re: FDA rules on honey - April 8, 2014

    This is a very hard rule to enforce unless the contamination is gross. The reason is there is only one chemical analysis, that I know of, that is applicable to detect contamination with non honey...
  4. Re: My (alternative) theory of the Bush Miracle

    I see no reason at all to think Mr Bush is anything other than an honorable, truthful person. I am perfectly willing to accept that he maintains his bees treatment free and sees roughly a 10% colony...
  5. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    It is obvious that Victor knows nothing about analytical chemistry. I will say one thing in his favor. He is consistent in knowing nothing about many topics he tries to claim to understand. I...
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    Re: Soybean Growers

    Wayne and Corsay are 40+ year old genetics and likely no farmers grow them any more except perhaps for a novelty. After 40 more years of plant breeding the nectar yield of soybeans should be nil. ...
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    Re: Question for those who feed sugar

    The residue level of neonics in refined sugar would be set at something like 1/50,000 or less of the no effect level in the most sensitive mammal species tested. If they were not set this low the...
  8. Re: Four Common Pesticides, Their Mixtures and a Formulation Solvent in the Hive

    everything I have read says that coumaphos shouldn't be detectable after 5 years, so when I buy foundation have usually left it sit around for a few years, especially cut comb foundation. But here...
  9. Re: What are some chemicals I need for my first year of beekeeping?

    Most important chemical for bee keeping:
    For a new hive, either foundationless or on undrawn foundation, figure on 50 pounds of table sugar for feed. No reason at all to add a thing to that sugar...
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    Re: Shop accident!

    Ace you obviously know little about fine wood working or you would know that the best saw blade for wood in a radial arm saw has a NEGATIVE 5 deg hook angle. Such a blade will make a glue ready rip...
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    Re: Making formic acid fume board

    If you use it to kill living things covered under FIFRA it is by definition a pesticide. If it is not registered by EPA for that use and does not come in a container with a label describing that use...
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    Re: Making formic acid fume board

    "I don't see the down side to the fume board"

    A fine of up to $25,000 or one year in jail for each use sounds like a down side to me. What you are suggesting is against the law.
  13. Re: NEONICATOIDS ..........And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you

    WLC claims degrees "to numerous to list" yet clearly shows he has no comprehension of how academic research works.
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    Re: Question for the Wood working Guru's

    Ripping a long dado with a radial arm saw is asking for a bad accident all right. There simply is no safe way to do it short of a power feed system. And even with a power feed system you better...
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    Re: Countdown to the ban on incandescent

    If you want light from your bulbs either the CFLs or LEDs will cost more but last way longer and save way more than their cost in electricity.

    If you simply object to CFLs or LEDs because of...
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    Re: Why knowingly catalyze a bee apocalypse?

    It is real easy to blame farmers for pesticide use. So maybe it just might be of interest to see figures on who actually uses a few pesticides.

    2,4 D -Ag use is 19% of the total use in the US....
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    Re: Pollination of soybeans

    You quote a meaningless study that involved caged 24 square meter areas of beans. There have been lots and lots and lots of US based studies on soybean pollination by honey bees, both caged and...
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    Re: Pollination of soybeans

    Arthur your whole idea isn't relevant. We have a perfectly good self fertile crop and you want to change it into a pollinator dependent crop. That is simply insane. The seed companies are going to...
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    Re: Pollination of soybeans

    "The potential market for Honeybee pollination could be easily 10 times what it is today if soybean pollination ever takes off "

    You better just stay in NY City Arthur. You have apparently never...
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    Re: going from hobby to schedule C??

    Establishing a value for hardware is easy. If you have not depreciated your hardware on prior tax forms you simply add up receipts for purchases that document money you spent and establish a life...
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    Re: Wax Secretion by Bees

    The empirical formula for sugar is CH2O. Bees wax is mainly a type of fat and has an approximate empirical formula of CH2. As honey is about 17% water it takes about 2.6 pounds of honey simply to...
  22. Re: Making the cut for frame rest in bee box

    I shudder when I see people talk about doing cuts with a table saw cut with a dropped piece between the blade and fence. What a wonderful way to go to the hospital. It is an odds on bet anyone...
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    Re: Winter death question

    "On a normal day I think 1000 to 2000 bees die."

    If your daily death rate is this high in Texas at this time of year your hive will be dead in two or three weeks. The only time a death rate over...
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    Re: Q: Breeder Queen Suppliers

    Joe,

    You said, "For someone just starting out, gaining the ability to graft and raise quality queens will do them far more good than spending money on a breeder queen. I talk a lot of people out...
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    Re: Golden Rod honey

    There are something like 20 different species of golden rod that are found in Ohio. So, for the US as a whole there probably are something like 40 different species. Of those found in Ohio only a...
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