Re: Oxalic Acid and Honey Supers
I am far more concerned with what impression a new person gets by most comments about OA. I have no problem with a person choosing what they choose. But to spread ignorance because they did not take the time to know something is another thing. Case in point. Getting all worked up about a problem they think might exist until they bring regulation down upon themselves in regard to OA. While at the exact same time using several other chemicals in their hives with not one thought of need for regulation or violation of the same. Powdered sugar, C12H22O11. OA, C₂H₂O₄. Say what they are made up of the same stuff? And OA less of it? But beekeepers will dump powdered sugar in a hive without a seconds thought. but OA oh no what are you trying to do induce cancer in your bees?
Everything gets darker, as it goes to where there is less light. Darrel Tank (5PM drawing instructor)