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  1. Re: Do you need vaseline to control mites in screened bottom board?

    I'm thinking more into cold weather, where the temp is -20c. What can work at those temps..!?:scratch:
  2. Re: Do you need vaseline to control mites in screened bottom board?

    I've concluded that something on the bottomboard has to be really sticky, such as a specific paste (Tangle foot, Tack Trap and Catch master) You can also make your own glue material if you are so...
  3. Re: Do you need vaseline to control mites in screened bottom board?

    The idea of the vaseline is to glue the mites to the board, which is a form of mite control.' I pulled my inserts last night and there were a bunch of young mites running around on it, which i have...
  4. Thread: Hop Guard II

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    Re: Hop Guard II

    What's the status of it being used in Canada?
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    Re: purify bee venom :s

    Well, consider what is going to be with the venom. Pollen, legs & wings, maybe some dust or something.

    you would think that anything above the venom would precipitate to the bottom, and the...
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    Re: Bee Venom Advice

    The quality of the venom can be checked by visual inspection. White is good, browning is older, and weaker. Therapy from 1 gram of powder can make 7000 applications. This will vary depending on...
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