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  1. Re: Another mite resistant trait - Entombed in the Cacoon

    All good BUT, MB does NOT have a mite problem. For me that makes it relative to the discussion.

    Bottom line is the only thing that's not disputed or involved in two sided studies is keeping...
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    Re: What to ask "monsanto foundation rep"

    Don't waste your time they have an Army of lawyers and have already practiced answering any question you may come up with. Watch as others ask hard questions you will hear the same rehearsed answer ...
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    Re: Can splits control mites?

    That pretty much sums it up!!!!!!
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    Re: 3 Foot or 4 Foot

    4 foot or 5 foot either way experiment with both and let us know the outcome. You will probably find they don't use the 5th foot.
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    Re: 3 Foot or 4 Foot

    I wish the load of lumber I just bought was like that everything is 8 foot on the money. Its worth checking before you buy.
  6. Re: HELP. I have had a massive buildup and the entire colny is a brood chamber. What

    As soon as weather permits, shake the entire colony into a new hive. Add a queen excluder flip the old brood boxes upside down on top, cover and let the brood hatch out. As soon as they have no brood...
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    FYI:



    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002479.htm
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    Its not dribbled on the TBs its dribbled directly on the bees. I wont dribble toilet cleaner in my hives as much as I wont vaporize it either...same difference, you got to do better than that to...
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    Re: 3 Foot or 4 Foot

    Choose your bar size FIRST then count the bars that will make up around 4 foot go just short so you can cut 8 foot lumber in half like Colleen said. Things to take into consideration: a blade on a...
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    What occurs NATURALLY in food is out of my control and fine with me. I know what to eat and what not to eat. As I said earlier I love broccoli.

    What man did to OA is good for cleaning my toilet...
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    YES I CAN!! I would love to!!
    First it does NOT matter that the chemical composition is the same. I love broccoli and OA is in broccoli. There is no denying this. The OA in food is so minuet and NOT...
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    Non the less your participation is greatly appreciated. DON'T get me wrong I always keep in the back of my mind to never obliviously dismiss ANYONES opinion, there may be something to learn there.
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    That was good! If protecting people and the environment from unethical food handling is chasing windmills then Charge.

    FYI:
    Benengeli returns at the end of the novel to tell us that illustrating...
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    I do, just being honest and if I get caught I will get a ticket just like you. If you want to know more about my habits PM me. This is not the proper forum.
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    I have yet to hear ONE justifiable reason to use this garbage in a food product. Just rhetoric and pointless justifications. A criminal act cannot be justified.
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    Nice of you to join the conversation, yes I routinely drive 10 to 20 mph over the limit and everything else you said;however that has NOTHING to do with what we are talking about! Ridiculous...
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    Already done. OA in food IS NOT Wood Bleach or Toilet Cleaner.
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    This says it ALL!! This is what we call a "contradictory statement".
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    Asked and answered.
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    Re: Oxalic Aicd - No longer a "pesticide."

    Yes I do, the result of a great education and good common sense.

    NO problem at all. Can you add OA to yours.....stop with the ridiculous comparisons you are seriously insulting the forums...
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    If you do your due diligence you would know that's impossible
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    If everyone already figured it out they would not be asking what kind of PPE to use.

    I Will have to go through forum rules again its been since 2001 last time I read them but I did think posting...
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    A professional soldier does not let gear our life depends on "leak" we do regular maintenance to ensure we are combat effective at all times. If that don't answer it for you ...I am still here so NO.
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    Wait till it runs its course and hits the dead end its destined to do. Pray unethical beeks don't "mix a little of this OA product and a little of that OA product" looking for the silver bullet that...
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    Re: Why not use Oxalic Acid?

    Common sense would lead a person of normal intelligence to opt for safer alternatives. Don't ask me to repeat myself on those alternatives. I already given you LEGAL SAFER methods.
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