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  1. #1
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    is it a must to have screened bottomboards when useing fgmo

  2. #2
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    Not that I have heard. I think the are useful though.

  3. #3
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    Hello all.
    Yes. I have spoken about this topic on this forum previously hence a good reason for researching the archives. Please read my article on Integrated Beekeeping Practices posted here. Readers will get a wider scope of work done previously than what can be repeated via this medium. Stating that you do not have the time to read all that has been written on this subject is not a valid reason. Please consider that the main reason for having this forum is to post replies to your questions. Please consider that replying to the same subject constantly is time consuming. While you may not realize it, in your case, you are only one, but to me, you represnet one of a multitude who expects replies. Once again, I would like to suggect that you research the archives prior to repeating questions previously asked. I am deeply concerned that you might not get the right reply to your questions as has been demonstrated on this forum previously.
    Best regards.
    Dr. Rodriguez

  4. #4
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    I think that screened bottom boards make sense whether you use FGMO or not.

    Sorry about your castration, there was no call for that.
    Bill

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