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    Re: Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

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    my town and several towns in my area are not using pesticides in public parks school grounds and other areas. guess what? it works. FOlks need to get on board with less is more, less toxins,...
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    Re: Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

    you are right Andrew. What is coming next? I am sure they have a whole new arsenal of even more toxic stuff to throw at them.
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    Re: Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

    I am not twisting anyone's arm here and whoever says bees are rebounding, well, that makes me happy. Perhaps these districts have started limiting the use of these pesticides. Many studies point to...
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    Re: Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

    all you have to do is look in posts regarding beelogics you will see who has served on their advisory board.
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    Re: Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

    In EU, after banning the chems, the bees rebounded. Sweet and simple practical science.
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    Re: Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

    Also, sadly, when Monsanto purchased Beelogics they also bought a few beekeepers along with it.
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    Petition to suspend neonicotinoids in NJ

    Back in August Governor Christie sent some letters to member of the NJBA thanking them for their essential work with honeybees. I thought to take this and run with it and ask the Governor for his...
  8. Re: Terrence Ingram - 11 Hives Destroyed by the IDofA

    DLMKA. DId you see what Mr. Ingram was working on a year before? He was making important connections between glyphosate and toxcity to wildlife and HONEYBEES. Need I say more?
  9. Thread: About time!

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    Re: About time!

    Regarding the toxic stuff remaining in the soil, this is true, now would be a good time to explore the "lower risk alternatives".
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    Re: About time!

    Perhaps that depends on whether they find that statement true ( about it being safe) . Here we go again.
  11. Thread: About time!

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    Re: About time!

    yup. read the file from the lawsuit. if only this had happened with other stuff..anyhow, about time. to quote Dave Hackenberg, the Environmental Whatever!!!:applause:
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    Re: About time!

    more good news, if my bees survive the winter!
    http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/news/s_660336.html
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    About time!

    Good news for our bees!
    http://yubanet.com/enviro/Big-Win-for-Bees-Judge-Pulls-Toxic-Pesticide-Movento.php
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    Hi Omie. Thanks for verifying that for me. I know Sam is a rising star and he puts a lot of thought into his technique. Less is more! We are waiting for him! I can't wait to see the look on the...
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    Re: How do I find outyards?

    I put an ad in our local internet forum and that is how I placed my hives. Also arboretums and gardens have much interest. Also giving "bee talks" at gardens and libraries and schools helps get out...
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    Re: How do I find outyards?

    I put an ad in our local internet forum and that is how I placed my hives. Also arboretums and gardens have much interest. Also giving "bee talks" at gardens and libraries and schools helps get out...
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    Thanks RBH. I do worry but not to worry I do enjoy & have fun I'm Italian after all! Well, I do worry because if I don;t I worry there will be no world left to enjoy!
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    Thank you xen for the very thoughtful article on ccd...as I said before our bees are trying to tell us something. As beekeepers we ought to know to listen up and pay attention.
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    also, S M I don't know about there not being enuff food, I think there is even a surplus, what we should be worrying about is the water (uh oh here comes another one)
    the parts of the world who...
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    Brilliant! Thank you! I really dig what he's wearing! ;)
    Humans are very very warped beings.
    One of my very favorite books is Lord of the Rings. He reminds me a bit of Tolkien...
    So, in other...
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    one more...
    http://www.rafiusa.org/pubs/Farmers_Guide_to_GMOs.pdf
    just reading this one makes my brain numb but I am doing it for my research... a lot of legalese in there.
    Bayer must have...
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    I agree with you on some points.
    alas, I will never run with the idea that pesticides used as primary insect control is a good way to grow our food. when science and green measures work together,now...
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    So applications have remained consistent since it was used intitially...how about iminacloprid, poncho, gaucho etc. wahtever its called...
    I have been reading about all the precautions one must take...
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    Re: Beekeepers take action

    OK S M. Got you. Something must have happened to the doses between those times in which the stuff was rendered pretty lethal.
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    Omie, what does Sam do for mites? I think what KW has done is found a way to have them coexist without dire consequences for the bees. There was an article I read somewhere about how feral bees are...
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