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    Re: randy oliver reviews a new Dr. Lu paper

    the trolls are out today
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    Re: Storing drawn comb

    I use it and have had no problems with that.
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    Re: randy oliver reviews a new Dr. Lu paper

    Actually I wrote him before I ever contributed and got a reply. He even checked some dysentery for nosema at no charge for me.
  4. Re: Brushy Mountain Oxalic Acid Webinar - Randy Oliver

    If I were large enough to justify the cost I'd buy one of the air powered vaporizers that can do a hive in a few seconds. Much less labor intensive and faster.
  5. Re: Brushy Mountain Oxalic Acid Webinar - Randy Oliver

    I seldom disagree with Randy, but I do about OAV. I have done it for 6 years now with no mask and never had a problem. I'm in the middle of my treatment right now having done 2 of my 4 treatments. If...
  6. Thread: Honey Pricing

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    Re: Honey Pricing

    That is bottled by the case. My retailer sells for $12.00/lb so we both do well.
  7. Thread: Honey Pricing

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    Re: Honey Pricing

    I've held steady @ $10/lb for the last 3 years [retail] and $6/lb wholesale. sell out every year.
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    Re: might be a mite?

    I've used OA vapor for several years now and have NEVER seen brood harmed. I believe the above is in reverence to dribble method. Never knew a beekeeper to violate EPA rules
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    Re: Queen Anne's Lace

    two years ago my bees were working it but never before or after. Not this year for sure. Goldenrod has them very busy.
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    Re: Wax Moth/Para-Moth

    Acetic acid
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    Re: Have You Smelled It Yet?

    NO smell in my yards although I see bees on the goldenrod. All my yards have purple looestrief blooming and the bees are pretty loyal to it right now. Tall goldenrod just about to bloom.
  12. Re: Is now and OK time to requeen in the northeast?

    Watch to make sure the virgin gets mated. Haven't had much luck with that this time of year.
  13. Thread: dead drones

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    Re: dead drones

    My Hives have begun evicting and corralling the drones.
  14. Re: Is now and OK time to requeen in the northeast?

    Way too late for that in this climate. Wait until spring... my bees are corralling and dragging out drones right now.
  15. Thread: Goldenrod?

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    Re: Goldenrod?

    :thumbsup:
  16. Thread: Herbicide

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    Re: Herbicide

    Well,this study "speculates" and uses "acute doses" to determine problems. I don't think spraying a few weeds rises to that level. Also there is stuff on Pub Med all the time that is suspect and...
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    Re: Jester's EZ NUC

    Kevin has good instructions on assembly on his web site.
    http://www.jesterbee.com/Ez-Nuc-Folding-Instruction.html
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    Re: Jester's EZ NUC

    I've used a lot of them. They work quite well are well designed and hold up. I have some that I've used 4-5 times outside and most of those for 2-3 months.
  19. Thread: Herbicide

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    Re: Herbicide

    Roundup does not harm bees, I use it in front of my hives regularly.
  20. Thread: Moth Control

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    Re: Moth Control

    I use acetic acid, works for me and also may kill nosema
  21. Re: Too late to start new nucs to overwinter in VT?

    I agree with Mike and feed, feed, feed...
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    Re: Rim on Migratory Covers

    yes but it makes those covers easier to take off. they don't get glued to the top bars. I leave a lot of it in place unless I'm pulling a lot of frames.
  23. Re: Are 3 - 7 day intervals of OAV treatment adequate

    I do it 4X a week apart with good results.



    I'd wait an hour or so to let them calm down. My understanding is that the exposure is almost immediate.
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    Re: THickness for pants

    I wear Carthart's - they are thick enough that most stings don't penetrate and are not painful if they do... and I love the pockets for my hive tool, phone, etc.
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    Re: Neighbor using Roundup weed killer.

    I spray it in front of my hives to control the weeds. Never had a problem.
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