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    Does anyone know of a UK source of small quantities of FGMO? Alternatively, are there easily available alternatives, like fish oil, vegetable oil, etc?

    Regards,

    Robert Brenchley

    RSBrenchley @aol.com

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    Dr. Pedro P. Rodriguez Guest

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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Robert Brenchley:
    Does anyone know of a UK source of small quantities of FGMO? Alternatively, are there easily available alternatives, like fish oil, vegetable oil, etc?

    Regards,

    Robert Brenchley

    RSBrenchley @aol.com
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    Dear Roger:
    I apoligize for the late reply. I just simply missed your question.
    I only recomend FGMO (Food Grade Mineral Oil)
    because other oils may be toxic to bees and
    because other oils decompose with bacterial actrion leaving off odors in the hive and providing a source of contamination of hive products, while FGMO definitely does not!
    FGMO is known as liquid vaseline in Europe and I am sure that you have it in the UK.
    You may wish to contact Glen Davies in the UK.
    I amy be contacted at dronebee@jazzfree.com during the rest of the month of July and first week in August I(then back here in the USA). Good luck to you. I will be posting more info on FGMO emulsion today. Please make sure that you read my topic.
    Pedro

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    Dr. Pedro P. Rodriguez Guest

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    I aplogize for the mispellings.
    I read the reply and did not notice the boobos. It should read bacterial action (not actrion!)
    It should read may (and not amy!)
    Sorry.

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