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    Re: Possible computer virus threat

    here's a link to a Clark Howard page about free anti-virus, spyware, etc for those of you seeing these issues...

    https://clark.com/technology/clark-howards-virus-spyware-and-malware-protection/
  2. Thread: Alabama

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    Re: Alabama

    Cough another of my own.
    3/18/2020
    Jefferson Co.
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    Re: Alabama

    I cough my own swarm a couple of days ago
    3/16/2020
    Jefferson Co.

    and FYI, in my area, the flow is on and I plan to add suppers this afternoon.
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    Re: Possible computer virus threat

    I'd still run malwarebytes, it can't hurt... this sounds like malware and not a virus
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    Re: Possible computer virus threat

    +1 for Malware Bytes, it has a free trial and you can scan your system and remove malware.
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    Re: My Ant Proof Hive Stand Actually Works!

    neverwet works for a while but I found that something (I suspect lizards) was cleaning it off the under side of my inverted cake pans. I sprayed white grease under the cake pans and it resolved the...
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    Re: Ants emptied one box

    :thumbsup:
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    Re: Ants emptied one box

    yep, if you can invert that blue thing in pic 3 and cover it with grease, that should work.
  9. Thread: cannabis!

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    Re: cannabis!

    I have these "trees" in my area. the native bees love it. I've not seen any honey bees on it. though I've only looked it over a few times.
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    Re: Problem with oxalic acid wand

    absolutely not.

    a little water and a chemical free shop towel works fine.
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    Sticky: Re: squarepeg 2015-2019 treatment free experience

    What temperature kills it?
    Have you thought about hot wax dipping your equipment or a Kiln that can be turned down
    I read here somewhere that hot wax dipping was hot enough (250-350 F) to kill...
  12. Re: Small hive beetle attracted to unused equipment?

    I have found adult SHB in comb that had been frozen for a few weeks and then set outside to warm up, on a stand, in a medium box with cover and no bottom.
    The frames had a good bit of pollen in...
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    Re: Chinses Swarm commander

    I try not to buy anything from china if I can help it.
    The real Swarm Commander has caught 8 swarms for me so it was well worth the price.
    I haven't tried lemon grass oil but it's super cheap.
    ...
  14. Thread: uugh, wax moths...

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    Re: uugh, wax moths...

    I wonder and would guess, if you froze the frames for a week, then thawed then for a week, then froze them again, would that end the life cycle?
    At what point does an egg "decide" to hatch?
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    Re: Foundationless source?

    +1 for Foxhound. I've bought from them in the past and will again.
    off subject but I really like the jacket I bought from them.
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    Re: Foundationless source?

    it looks like they might still, it's just their store site is out of order.. http://forestbees.com/beekeeping-store
  17. Thread: Essential oils

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    Re: Essential oils

    this made me think of this t-shirt that I have... 50997
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    Re: hive beetle blocker- anyone used this?

    1) I commend you on finding a working link. current link = https://blythewoodbeecompany.com/product/clarks-beetle-blocker-shim-hive-beetle-prevention/
    2) it doesn't kill the beetles, it's supposed...
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    Re: Foundationless source?

    Michael Bush started a thread a few years back
    https://www.beesource.com/forums/showthread.php?336038-Someone-finally-selling-narrow-foundationless-frames

    I get an error for the original site's...
  20. Thread: Tangled Bees

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    Re: Tangled Bees

    looking back I see you purchased 2 completely setup hives, is that correct?
    the frames with all the bees look like the more "well seasoned" frames that probably contain most of the old comb. ...
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    Re: Leaving supers off the hive

    this is just me saying this but... a few days is probably do-able if they are sealed, and not in black trash bags in the sun.

    "The moth life cycle consists of 4 stages. ... Wax moth eggs hatch to...
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    Re: Leaving supers off the hive

    please describe how you plan to/what you mean by " leave them in the yard for a few days"?
    If I left a supper on the ground and/or not above an ant barrier of some kind, I'd have suppers full of...
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    Re: My beetle trap is working ???

    straight "roach killer (boric acid)" or some kind of mixture?
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    Re: Is fall treatment for varroa obligatory?

    You have mites. Why waist your time killing bees to test for them.
    If you're going to treat, then treat. If you're not going to treat, then don't.

    But if you are going to treat, the "generally...
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    Re: Getting comb drawn 'on demand'.

    me too
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