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    Default Remebee

    A new treatment for virus issues... might save many hives.

    http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/pub..._NO_115=259110

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    Default Re: Remebee

    This is the Rna sequencing they have been working on for a year of so. My understanding is that it is still several years away.

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    Default Re: Remebee

    My understanding is that Remebee will have it on the market next spring. they have done the testing, proved it efficacy and are waiting for approval to market it. Randy Oliver was involved in the testing and has written about it.

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    Default Re: Remebee

    Not a big fan of supporting Monsanto. The same hand that gives the treatment also spreads the chemical sprays.

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    Default Re: Remebee

    Which chemical sprays do they spread? If they find something that will keep my bees healthy and alive why wouldn't I want to use it?

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    Default Re: Remebee

    IAPV, has been linked as a contributing factor in coolly collapse, CCD, of honey bees. IAPV specific homologous dsRNA were designed to reduce impacts from IAPV infection across 160 honey bee hives in

    iapv was linked in one study, maybe to ccd? I think I'll wait until they come out with something for nosema c.
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