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    Re: Careful what you put in your hair

    I made the mistake of getting swarm lure on my hand and wiping my brow without thinking about it. Didn't take long to learn what not to do.
  2. Re: USDA Zones no longer 1-11 (since 2012)

    Worked using Firefox. But, generally, in agreement with the sentiment expressed.
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    Re: Small Cell Claims Debunked

    Assuming everything else stays the same. What about any effect on lifespan. Just asking and pointing out an issue. I'm actually thinking of going Michael Bush's route. Not trying to dis' you.
  4. Re: Researchers find key to treating deadly Cancer in the Varroa Mite

    Nothing funny about it, actually. Not scared, just hopeful that maybe there was a breakthrough that might help a friend of mine. By the way, the fool is supposed to be the one that falls for the...
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    Re: What are these???

    Adds new meaning to "bait trap".
  6. Re: How dependable is the USPS or UPS with delivering bee packages?

    Small sample size (2 attempts), but 100% failure rate on the actual delivery to my house with UPS. Bees arrived OK at the distribution center in Frederick, MD both times. First time, they then...
  7. Re: 1 1/4 inch end bars in the whole hive? Kelley's

    I emailed them within the past two weeks and inquired about narrow frames. They no longer offer them because they had too much trouble maintaining the quality. See below:

    Doug,



    We no...
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    Re: The best way to deal with bears.

    Why does it look like you puked in the mug?
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    Narrow Frames

    Does anybody sell 1.25" frames?
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    Re: Hard Sugar

    Cheap new 16' above ground pool not too far from you.

    http://burlington.craigslist.org/hsh/4318801973.html

    How to drop it in without ruining the liner is another question.
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    Re: Does anyone that treats have success

    In the interest of saving everyone some time, it didn't come this way.
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    Re: Does anyone that treats have success

    If you are going to test MB's TF method, wouldn't you have to also regress, use top entrances, not give disease a foothold with improper pH, rotate comb, and whatever else?

    Also, regarding...
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    Re: Does anyone that treats have success

    Hadn't considered that. Thanks.
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    Re: Does anyone that treats have success

    So the point of snl's comment is likely, if it worked, the commercials would adopt it? Seems like a plausible statement, but I have my doubts. What do you commercial guy's think?
    Also, I wouldn't...
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    Re: Does anyone that treats have success

    Are the majority of the commercial guys foundationless/small cell? Just curious. I really don't know. Not trying to pick a fight.
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    Re: Does anyone that treats have success

    Is that just speculation, or do you have something solid on which to base your opinion? Thanks.
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    Re: Bee hive on a sloped roof

    How many wives do you have? Just curious.
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    Re: Bee hive on a sloped roof

    Find someone with some space that will let you use it.
  19. Re: Successful Treatment Free BeeKeeping = Breeding from Survivor stock

    I'm no expert either, but I'm interested in what those that are have to say. My understanding is that queens come about through parthenogenesis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenogenesis), and I...
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    Re: weighing hives

    Think of the side not being lifted as "the other foot"...on a scale you can't get any data from.
  21. Re: A sting might have saved my life (true story)

    +2

    Praying for a successful surgery. Wish you well.
  22. Re: need a quick answer on sesame as bee forage

    http://www.iaees.org/publications/journals/arthropods/articles/2013-2%282%29/most-common-insect-pollinator-species-on-sesame-crop.pdf
    "Insect pollinators are mostly abundant on the sesame flowers...
  23. Re: need a quick answer on sesame as bee forage

    http://www.ars.usda.gov/SP2UserFiles/Place/64133000/PDFFiles/201-300/235-Danka--Flight%20Characteristics%20of%20Foraging.pdf
    http://www.beeccdcap.uga.edu/documents/CAPArticle10.html...
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    Re: Knockout roses and Rosa rugosa

    I've grown some on the north side of my house in Maryland. They were 1-2ft when planted. They grew to 4-5ft and filled out nicely within the first growing season. I believe the Knockouts are a...
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    Re: Camelina sativa

    Don't know how reliable this is, but I came across this:
    http://www.omegamaidenoils.com/about-camelina-oil.html
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