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  1. #1
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    Default Could this be used as a bee smoker????

    OK-
    Here is a question, plain and simple... Do you think that a slightly modified patio lantern would work as a bee smoker? You know... the decorative kind that is filled with oil, makes a bunch of smoke and supposedly repels mosquitos.

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    Default Re: Could this be used as a bee smoker????

    It would depend on how you modify it. I have used many makeshift smokers when I haven't had a real one handy. Usually the extent of my make shift is a small torch made with twine wrapped on the end of a stick.
    Always question Conventional Wisdom.

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Could this be used as a bee smoker????

    Please use no oil based smoker.
    How cheap do you want to go. Bee Services will sell you a new smoker for $ 25.00 plus five plugs of paper fuel which are easy to light and last and last.Janvanhamont

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