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  1. Thread: UPS Lost my bees

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    Re: UPS Lost my bees

    I would call the supplier to ask how long the bees had been packaged before shipment and how long they could expect to survive, fortunately it is not very hot, yet.
    The bees may be sitting on the...
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    Here is a link to the COVID-19 "Hoax" statements.

    https://www.factcheck.org/2020/03/trump-and-the-new-hoax/

    Just in case anyone thinks this is a site for conservative apologists, look around,...
  3. Thread: Missouri

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    Re: Missouri

    That is my understanding of the problem with the Bradfords. Additionally, they are not invasive on their own, but what no one knew for a long while is that when they cross-pollinate a fruiting...
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    Re: Shelter in place...unintended consequences

    I would need to go back and read the original statements again plus the dates of who said what and when, but I believe the President called the assigning of blame to be the hoax. This seems to be one...
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    Re: Wax moth larva mystery

    It works on Tomato Horn Worms, as well.

    Alex
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    Re: How to inspect with less protective gear

    Stop signs, we don't need no stinking stop signs! Out here where I live the young'ens call 'em targets. :)

    Alex
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    Re: How to inspect with less protective gear

    Neither can I.

    Alex
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    Re: Any beekeepers sick w CV-19? SURVEY

    If bees stings help a person fight of COVID-19, I should be good to go. I was inoculated about 5 times today. Oh, and my wife and I have not left our property in 15 days now. Not that there's...
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    Re: Wax moth larva mystery

    https://www.forestrydistributing.com/xentari-df-biological-insecticide-omri-listed-valent

    If this is the same place you found yours then this is correct.
    The DF threw me for a moment until I...
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    Re: Wax moth larva mystery

    It is not approved for use in bee hives, however it is approved for vegetables we eat. Many people use it for Wax Moth Larvae control. It has been openly discussed for so long, I didn't realize it...
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    Re: Wax moth larva mystery

    Bacillus thuringiensis. Type "a" is best for wax moth larva.

    Alex
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    Re: A sign of the times

    :lpf:
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    Re: Storing built out frames

    The one I was looking at was a floor model discounted to $400. I didn't buy it because the weather was bad and forecast was calling for even more foul weather and I would have had to make space etc....
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    Re: A sign of the times

    I know I would not want to be a Drone in a society modeled on Honeybee Democracy. :)

    Alex
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    I am going to place them above Snelgrove boards until they ripen and then use them to make splits and to re-queen some colonies. I did not find any that were capped, but they looked close.

    I will...
  16. Re: Bad honey? Honey separated, the crystalized part is fluffy and light, not very sw

    Gino,
    Good to know.

    Thanks
    Alex
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    Sticky: Re: Today in the Apiary

    I found Queen cells today. Time to get busy.

    Alex
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    Re: A sign of the times

    Divide and conquer is probably the oldest tenet of war.
    Name calling is what some do when they know they have lost the argument.
    We are driven to one side or the other by our life experiences and...
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    Re: Storing built out frames

    I have my eyes on a big chest freezer at Lowes that is big enough to hold ten frame supers.

    Alex
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    Re: Storing built out frames

    I freeze my brood frames during the season unless I am transferring them directly between hives. I also freeze my honey frames after extraction and clean-up, before spraying with Bta for long term...
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    Re: A sign of the times

    It is telling how the losing side in a close election clamors for change to the Electoral College, but they never fight for it, because they know that one day soon it may work to their advantage.
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    Re: Amazon Oxalic Acid Killed my Hives!

    Inactive or inert ingredients, I think someone touched on it earlier as we know can range anywhere from talc to cellulose. There is no telling what was in the OA the OP received.

    Alex
  23. Re: Bee-L member requesting Beekeepers donate their extra N95 Masks - DON'T DO IT!!!!

    How can you be so arrogant to state with such absolute certainty that painters and others are not being asked or have not already donated their excess supplies?

    Alex

    P.S. No, I am not as...
  24. Re: Bee-L member requesting Beekeepers donate their extra N95 Masks - DON'T DO IT!!!!

    I don't think beekeepers are even on the same page as health care workers on the list of heroes.
    Without Honey bees I don't think we will starve, although we may have to alter our diets.

    Alex
  25. Re: Bee-L member requesting Beekeepers donate their extra N95 Masks - DON'T DO IT!!!!

    Do hospitals and the like accept them if the package is open?

    Alex
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