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  1. Re: Essential oils concoction? Does it work? How to use?

    That's the kind of coincidence that will blow your mind.:lpf:
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    Re: Any Vinyl Folks Out There

    I used to work at a repair shop that specialized in classic integrated receivers from the 70s.

    There are a variety of things to look out for if you are firing 9 new of these up..electrolytic caps...
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    Re: Hi from Bedford Massachusetts :)

    I grew up in Lexington near the Bedford line....now we are in Leominster but have bees in both Concord and Boston.

    Lots of great beekeepers in your area...go the the county bee meetings in...
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    Re: Fumagilin-B Honey?

    Michael, I've looked at that article...even reviewed it before posting 8 this thread.
    that paper ONLY discusses the half life in a lab when exposed to light...and it discusses that the exposure to...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    It is entirely possible that there is a measurable change in the bees by using this product, and it might even be a positive one. The fact that they don't seem to understand ('they' being some...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    Ian, I think you are misunderstanding me.

    I posted on this thread when I felt that a product was being misrepresented. Ehoffma2 was claiming (and posting claims from Strong Microbials) that...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    I think it is worse than that.

    If ehoffma2 and the text that he has pasted here from the company itself is an accurate representation of their understanding of what is known, then they are...
  8. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    Cam, did you sell the overwintered TF nucs for the same price as the other nucs?
  9. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    I'll speak for myself only here.

    My point was largely that people (some posting here in this thread) are always acting as if TF beekeepers are withholding data. In many cases, those demanding...
  10. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    I don't think I've misrepresented anything.

    I don't think I've been misleading.

    I don't think I'm responsible for what other people say or do.

    I wonder who is responsible for all the...
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    Re: Lost 2 of my 4 hives already

    In 2001 it was news in Cuba that the U.S. was waging war on Cuba by intentionally introducing Varroa mites.


    http://www.newsweek.com/american-beat-bad-bee-havior-151619
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    Re: Fumagilin-B Honey?

    ...I would add feed it to bees early in the season when they are not storing honey...like in a box under a nuc with no stores.

    You should also not be using frames that are in the hive at...
  13. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    I believe that this is the thread that Karla is referring to.
    I don't see anything that could be considered 'vicious' on my part.
    I'm not sure why you felt so attacked, but I certainly maintain my...
  14. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    The problem is that JW has shown himself several times in my recollection to mislead on purpose....which is why if he made his claims based upon knowing the association it wouldn't have any real...
  15. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    Harry,
    I heard the president of EAS one year give a presentation and claim to never lose a hive....he also recommended raising queens via walk away splits. When someone asked when they should check...
  16. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    Viciously? Really?

    I thought (and still think) that several (if not most/all) of the SARE bee studies I have seen were either useless or were too costly for the outcome. This isn't unusual for...
  17. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    You certainly like to give the impression that you are speaking from the 'scientific' standpoint...and you certainly are smart enough to know what that means.
    I don't think there is any data you...
  18. Re: Marin Bee Survey: Hobby keepers - a net population sink

    how about someone compile for us a list of beekeepers using treatments that have provided such information in good years and bad. Mike Palmer and HHH come to mind, and I doubt there are more than 3...
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    Re: Any Vinyl Folks Out There

    If you like weird stuff...these are two of 3 recording projects I've been a part of that I'm most proud of. The engineering and recording on these was run by me...as was much of the behind the...
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    Re: Any Vinyl Folks Out There

    We have (and listen to) lots of vinyl...and I have lots of interesting and old sound gear (wire recorder, analog synths, etc).

    As an artist, the most unusual vinyl records I've been a part of is...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    An honest apology and a promised date by which my copy will no longer be available in their advertising material (youtube or otherwise) is what any smart person/business would do. It is what any...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    ...the best one though is this one:



    From No Bee is an Island:


    In November of 2008, I posted the following to Bee-l...acknowledging the fact that the above was not quite right....but it...
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    I've given the benefit of the doubt that you are looking for a real conversation...what I hear from you (evasions and pretending to answer questions) makes me believe me less and less.

    This...
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    Re: what would you do?

    I never considered before that medium nuc frames are unlikely to have come off problematic pollination contracts (like cranberries).
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    Re: Super DFM - Honeybees

    The funding for the work the Moran Lab is doing is NSF. This is pure research. The USDA proposal you cite and quote is designed to look at practical applications.
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