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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2002
    Location
    Charlotte, NC USA
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    Last fall all 7 of my hives had heavy mite infestations (after using Apistan). I saw lots of deformed bees being thrown out of the hives. I started fogging in October, and fogged nearly every week when weather allowed. I lost one hive over the winter, but that was due to a queen failure. All the other hives are doing well and mites are not a big problem. 24 sticky board mite count was over 50 in the fall, now it is 5. I am treating the bees with FGMO ONLY - no medicines or medications. Several members of the local bee club have started fogging also. One of our state bee inspectors also speaks highly of FGMO fogging. I started an observation hive last week. Fogging will make a mess of the plexiglass, so I'm using the emulsion with the cords for this hive. Is this the best method for an observation hive? Thanks for your work Dr. Rodriguez. I’m studying Spanish now, so maybe I should say "Mis abejas estan muy bien. Muchas gracias Dr. Rodriguez!"

    Stan

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
    Location
    Virginia Beach, VA and Alcala, Spain
    Posts
    553

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    GRACIAS TO YOU TOO STAN.
    Your testimonial is appreciated and comforting. Keep up the good work.
    Best regards.
    Dr. Rodriguez

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