Type: Posts; User: wildbranch2007
two stickies on it, here is one https://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?354293-EFB-options
I used it over a 10 acres, they say it spreads in the soil over time, kind of expensive for large area's but gets better over time.
if I remember correctly, in different parts of the country there...
long term help look up milky spore.
:D somebody looking to start a gofundme thread. :lpf:
bob who? I'm from the east coast, you have to be specific about stuff? I have no imagination.:thumbsup:
if you read the article, it's been going on for years b/4 trump became president, but you get far more clicks if the name Trump is involved.
the only thing that you can hope for, eventually they usually give up, find and outyard and move the bees, there are some other things that can be done, but they put you in jail for those. :no:
sumac is going, friend down the road sent me an email, his basswood is starting to flower.
but as of now up here there isn't anything the inspector's can do that I'm aware of, it's not a burnable disease, nor can they force you to use antibiotics, best I know they can inspect it and clean...
according to a former NY bee inspector that posted on beesource, the hive tool was less likely, the smoker more likely, but the most likely way to get afb/efb passed along was from the individual. ...
you may start getting a bad reputation and get yelled at by winters on FB, but I would rather be safe than sorry.:D
so did you do any searches on ags and markets to see what bee information is available? Did you notice that the hives have been burned, that means considerable time has elapsed, the inspector had to...
do you know if McCoy had a queen b/4 you treated? I think it's 14 days between pads, but I do it 10 days between pads. the only time I have had them lose the queen is when they had already swarmed,...
so Pat Bono called the inspectors on the AFB outbreak and got the following information
the 25 yards were across the three counties, now does anyone think that may be ags and markets should have...
I know on bee-l that Randy was the one that said to treat the whole yard or at least all the hives around the infected hive at one point.
and a second one just went by
now you do have to put this into context, that cornell and the state are trying to get more inspectors and required inspection:pk::doh:
so here is a report I got today, confirmed by another bee keeper in the same general area. report states the hives are being burned today, good reason to not bring other bees into your yards and...
expanding again eh!:D Maybe get you one of those spiders from FB to keep the number of bees down.:thumbsup:
are you surprised, what is the state of Penn. going to do?
Ian hasn't been on since Last Activity 03-20-2019 08:50 if you want an answer I would go try and ask him on his web site
potatoes are my IPM crop, everything likes to munch on the leaves, so I only have to spray them to get the invaders.
ask the vet that is giving you the perscription