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  1. Re: The "bonded" Gotland bees lose there mite resistance in the F-2 generation

    Good find !!!!
    sad news, but good info
    maby this will help some people get off the "natural selection" idea and focus on the reality's of beekeeping
  2. Re: The "bonded" Gotland bees lose there mite resistance in the F-2 generation

    correct, that is why you re queen with daughters of a colony that is highly expressing what you looking for, with the under standing it will get watered down by F-2+.. That's the difference between a...
  3. Re: The "bonded" Gotland bees lose there mite resistance in the F-2 generation

    stock selection VS breeding https://heritageacresmarket.com/episode-049-mite-resistant-queens/?fbclid=IwAR39AD1mDvzCKTJ7DhIDLDIUpaTLWf8ir-dktZ6yARyXttN1icLk_57CHOs
  4. Re: The "bonded" Gotland bees lose there mite resistance in the F-2 generation

    I see the reverse, it shows just how important selection/breeding is
    "breeding" bees is beyond most, witch is why requeening with bought queens has been the SOP to maintain a apiary's traits....
  5. The "bonded" Gotland bees lose there mite resistance in the F-2 generation

    Odemer (2020) Reproductive capacity of varroa destructor in four different honey bee subspecies https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1319562X19301640?via%3Dihub


    speaks to just how...
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