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    Re: Oxalic Acid Vaporising Bulk Hives

    You can order one from the Italian company, LegaItaly:
    http://www.legaitaly.com/en/cart/apiary/varroa-control/corpo-centrale-del-sublimatore-con-bicchierotto-inox-detail

    Shipping to the US is...
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    Re: Cell Builders and Brood Factories

    Thanks!
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    Re: Gov agencies protecting our bees

    If you mean by this definition (from Wikipedia), you are correct:
    Civil society is the "aggregate of non-governmental organizations and institutions that manifest interests and will of citizens."[1]...
  4. Re: new OAV device seems easier to work with & easy to make-no pics yet

    A cheap heat gun can blow air that is 800-1200 degrees, be careful you don't scorch your OA and bees! You can buy adjustable temp. heat guns on Amazon and at some hardware stores but they cost a bit...
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    Re: Gov agencies protecting our bees

    A lot of those are programs administered by a few agencies, for example EQIP, CRP, NAP and ELAP are all one agencies' (USDA) programs, (FSA, NRCS, NASS and APHIS are all the same "agency" (USDA))
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    Re: Cell Builders and Brood Factories

    Wrapped already, is that typical for your area? Granted I am south and east of you on the seacoast, so most folks don't wrap until ~Thanksgiving here... I wonder if I could start early, and hence be...
  7. Re: They say Americans are getting grumpy about the never ending rising prices these

    Thanks Graham! :thumbsup:
  8. Re: They say Americans are getting grumpy about the never ending rising prices these

    Lauri,
    Another slightly off track post for this thread, but I for one sure would like to read/see more about this 'promised' information :thumbsup:
  9. Re: Improved divided mating nuc.Better for feeding when nights are cold spring/fall

    They are all now working for me as well...
  10. Re: 38MM FLIP TOP LIDS FOR PLASTIC W/PRESSURE SENSITIVE SEALS yellow case 1700 free

    I am guessing the price is free based on the forum this is posted in...
  11. Re: Improved divided mating nuc.Better for feeding when nights are cold spring/fall

    I am getting many of the photos with broken links. Is it just me, or are others seeing the same red X's?
  12. Thread: Mating Nucs

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    Re: Mating Nucs

    Then give a few a try and see if you like them. The only "improvement" I made to mine was putting a piece of thin clear plastic sheet on the top (I used binder paper sleaves cut open to one layer)...
  13. Thread: Mating Nucs

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    Re: Mating Nucs

    I tried 4 of them out this year. They are good for what they are intended, mating queens, but they aren't good if you need to hold queens for any length of time beyond mating. I will keep using the...
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    Re: Brushy Mountain Shipping

    On occasion they offer free shipping. I think the "occasion" the past few years has been around the "black Friday" and "cyber Monday" sales.
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    Re: Name Change request

    Jabba from "Austraia"... may need to fix your location as well :thumbsup:
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    Re: my DIY OA burner

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlzdcpZdANI
  17. Thread: Sappin'

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    Re: Sappin'

    A few buckets for home use, not much but a lot of fun in the late winter/early spring.
  18. Re: where to buy granulated bee pollen pellets?

    Brushy Mountain
    http://www.brushymountainbeefarm.com/Fresh-Pollen/productinfo/618/
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    Re: Why a nuc instead of a full colony?

    Keith, I am having trouble coming up with a mental picture of this. Do you have a photo of the setup?
    The way I read it, is that you have seven nucs stacked on top of each other with...
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    Re: Dry sugar on wintering inner cover?

    Where it "fell" off a truck :lookout:
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    Re: Dry sugar on wintering inner cover?

    I tried fondant the winter before last without any wrapper on it. I ended up pulling most of it off at the end of the winter and it was hard as a rock and the bees had eaten very little of it. I...
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    Re: Dry sugar on wintering inner cover?

    Did you wrap the fondant in wax paper to keep it from drying out at all?
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    Re: Winter care of a solar fence?

    While I certainly would not consider myself "experienced", I do have several years of experience with a solar charger to draw from. In my neck of the woods we get cold and snow, although not many...
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    Re: Thinning/feeding thick corn syrup?

    Ok, thanks. I will hold the buckets for now and wait to hear about their use for spring feed. I sure am glad I didn't feed out all that syrup before asking! Thanks again
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    Re: Thinning/feeding thick corn syrup?

    So it is safe to feed?
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