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    Re: Trumps approval of pesticides

    ok .....Robert is your mother's brother.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob%27s_your_uncle
    and there you have it :)
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    Re: Commercial pollination brokers etc?

    That registration thing is a joke.
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    Re: Trumps approval of pesticides

    and Bob's your uncle
  4. Re: Finishing capped cells after day 5 without a mechanical incubator

    The answer is yes, it's done all the time, works great. Queenless starter add 1 frame of grafted cells (45) 4 days later add another frame of grafted cells, 4 days later take out fist frame and...
  5. Thread: EFB options

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    Sticky: Re: EFB options

    Do what he said , don't skip any.
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    Re: What do you use to help see when grafting

    What he said exactly :thumbsup::thumbsup:
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    Re: Sequester queen for grafting

    It's right here on Beesource Old Timer and Michael Palmer have posted it many times, with pictures.
    ,
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    Re: Grafting Queens

    BQCV
    https://beeinformed.org/2013/12/04/bqcv-black-queen-cell-virus/
    were they dark and mushy? they don't have to be black.
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    Re: Banking Queens

    Don't know about beetles,you are on your own there.
    nulomoline is supposed to be good some big time friends us it but I havent , might give it a try this year.
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    Re: Banking Queens

    Try karo and a little honey ...that's a little honey... won't get as hard and won't get as sticky. You have to play with the candy, it will get softer as t warms up. I use JZBZ cages and sometimes...
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    Re: "CONNEX" shipping/storage container

    Sell the furniture ( i have seen that for a while stuff ... lasts a long time) add the price of the container to the money from the old furniture = less headaches and new furniture. :lookout:
  12. Re: How is that Global Warming thing working out for you?

    :thumbsup: LIKE :thumbsup:
  13. Thread: Losses

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    Re: Losses

    Not so, I went down to the county ag office this morning to register for the Bee Aware program.The lady said everything is going to be OK now. No more spray no more stolen bees all good then they...
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    Re: Pail feeding through cover ?

    I agree it should be metal.....but the picture he shows is plastic.
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    Re: Pail feeding through cover ?

    You are going to have 25# hanging on a plastic handle that's been in the sun for a couple months not good.
  16. Re: How is that Global Warming thing working out for you?

    You gotta make the facts fit the story. :):lookout:
  17. Re: How is that Global Warming thing working out for you?

    I was in Tokyo 50 years ago, working for the government ( they called it a tour) it was snowing then.
  18. Re: How is that Global Warming thing working out for you?

    Yep that's pretty much my take on it too.

    Seems like the sick lame and lazy all want free stuff, and they want you to work hard to give it to them.
  19. Re: How is that Global Warming thing working out for you?

    :thumbsup: :applause::thumbsup::applause: Well said
  20. Sticky: Re: treating vs. not treating for mites: opinion thread

    Like opps no like button :)
  21. Thread: Tenbears?

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    Re: Tenbears?

    very true, well said
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    Re: Mini Mating Nucs

    :thumbsup::)
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    Re: Gonna sell out

    40 years? try 50+ maybe 60+ What get me is they teach that as history in school now, makes me feel real old.
  24. Thread: RakeNews

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    Re: RakeNews

    Yes, ny thing on the ground you could cut up and take, the forestry people would cut down the dead trees
  25. Thread: RakeNews

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    Re: RakeNews

    we used to do that in Calif. cut dead trees and keep the brush cleared, can't do any of that now. a lot of people made money selling fire wood that they cleaned off the forest floor, now it just rots...
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