Santa again Really?
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Santa again Really?
If you had a lot of "6" armed octopus in proximity to where coated seed were used, you might want to look at it.
If you had a lot of 7 armed octopus in proximity to where coated seed were used, you might want to look at it.
They why did you say it?
Sorry but I will trust wiki before I trust "I can't prove a negative!"
"CCD was first identified in 2006. In the...
>Then the whole glittering jewel of a humorous quote
"The very fact that CCD has not been seen in several year shows that is exists."
Glad you like it.
>Europe uses neonics and has never had...
So lets recap:
Badbeekeeper; You talk about "unicorns" and "leprechauns".
But you did not even address the fact that Monsanto and Beeologic both defines CCD. As well as USDA, EPA and probably ever scientist on the...
If you don't believe "CCD actually exists" you will never see any affects!
EPA's description; symptom of CCD. Even Monsanto acknowledges CCD and they even acquired Beeologics to study CCD. The...
Precautions by Bayer to reduce pesticide exposure to Honey Bees from their product.
Your right we don't know for sure how many years they've used the dust technology. We also don't know any other...
It's been use on corn at least 3 years. With 2015 to be 4th crop year.
Link above, from EPA;
"The role of this extra dry product at planting time and it’s potential effect on the amount of dust...
We still have bees, varroa mites, and people. But no new confirmed CCD cases in US or Canada in the last few years. But anything can happen.
Bayer did announced their dust preventive technology...
The "what if" is the basis of ALL SCIENCE!
What if the world was round? Could you take a ship and not fall off? Would you burn the person that suggested it? Where would you be if "what if" was never...
I was not looking for a CCD debate there are plenty of those, which apparently that's all you get when you make a CCD thread.
I was simply keeping an open mind and looking at different...
If you are a TF beek among high beekeeping areas (commercial or back yard beeks) what do you attribute to your success.
I would be interested in seeing any studies you might have on benefits and negatives of EOs.
Looks like fun.
I bet you can get in the little crevices real good.
>Will the steam warp it?
Did you buy pine lumber? in the Dexter area?
Just saying - EOs are a pesticide, but they are not treated as such.
Cool looking bees
If there are pepper farms near you?
I would try to find out what type of honey it is. then base your decision on that, ask other local beek.
You might try a mead, wine or beer sometimes you can...
Wood will shrink, and you sizes will be off.
I agree a year to dry should be good
I don't see anywhere that was said, do you?
Truly your on the wrong forum
It is a good thing, Only good can come from it. What compelled them to do this we will never know.
Still without debating the cause of CCD.
Will a corporation take precautions?
Just found this;
If your bees don't like sugar water there must be something wrong with them.
When I put my sugar blocks on my hives the bees start on them while I'm still holding the block. It's the ACV that does...