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    Re: Introducing the Easy Vap Pro

    Very interesting, Johno....so the European model was in fact the first one to the market. I suspected this all along and I'm not just saying that because I'm European! :cool: I've just recently...
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    Re: Johno's Easy Vap - Vaporizer

    JWPalmer, thank you for your thoughtful response. This was exactly the kind of explanation I was hoping for. I will go for the 5 x 5 treatment, as would love to eradicate the mites, and currently I...
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    Re: Johno's Easy Vap - Vaporizer

    I'm new to this type of treatment, and I'm wondering if the what's behind the 5 x 5 protocol? Is that what beekeepers have found gives the best mite control, as opposed to treating e.g., once a week?...
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    Re: Introducing the Easy Vap Pro

    I'm glad you pointed out what you think is incorrect information. I couldn't remember if someone told me that the ProVap was copied from the Sublimox or if I had read it on the internet. I now...
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    Re: Introducing the Easy Vap Pro

    SNL, you could possibly be right. And IF I heard incorrectly or IF whomever said that spoke without knowledge....well, let's just say that neither would be the first time! ;) Given that I'm pretty...
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    Re: Introducing the Easy Vap Pro

    Good points, I don't mind the blue plastic box. And besides, I had a closer look at my friend's $500 Provap this morning. Guess what the housing was made of? Steel? Guess again. Good old fashioned...
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    Re: Introducing the Easy Vap Pro

    Well, you can always build your own. ;) However, I've been following a few internet discussions where people tinker with these things, and it seems to take them forever to complete a unit. Maybe...
  8. Re: How much money can a beekeeper make in a year owning 100 hives?

    I know this is an old thread, but your "advice" here is true gold. I'm an accountant and have worked with many small businesses over the years. The people who are successful are the one's that manage...
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    Re: Introducing the Easy Vap Pro

    I'm sold on this. :thumbsup:How do I go about buying the Easy Vap?
  10. Re: Ulster Hive - Mann Lake or Brushy Mountain?

    I think that sounds like good advice in general, but I'd like to have a couple of years of experience under my belt before I try this. We live in an apartment, and I'm not sure if my girlfriend would...
  11. Re: Ulster Hive - Mann Lake or Brushy Mountain?

    Well, that makes sense. The more I learn the more I realize that these are not meant for permanent placement of bees. I have a book where the author keeps a (different type) observation hive inside...
  12. Re: Ulster Hive - Mann Lake or Brushy Mountain?

    Thanks for the comment, Michael. Yes, I realize that this is not designed to keep bees permanently. This is my first year in keeping bees, and my reasoning was that I would use the Ulster Hive as a...
  13. Re: Ulster Hive - Mann Lake or Brushy Mountain?

    Thanks for the in depth review, Waterbug. I was looking for information about the Mann Lake hive, and got confused by the earlier reviews in this thread. Looks like they paid attention to the...
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