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    Default Re: He didn't think BT was necessary for wax moths

    Quote Originally Posted by Fivej View Post
    I will add that many people will say that they will also infest honey comb, not just brood comb. Has not happened to me, but some here will strongly disagree that they only use brood comb. J
    I have had WM in both brood and honey frames. Now I spray BT on all.
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    Default Re: He didn't think BT was necessary for wax moths

    Keep the chewed on frames and boxes around - they serve as tragic reminders for those of us who might not have been shining examples on a few occasions! LOL
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    Default Re: He didn't think BT was necessary for wax moths

    Quote Originally Posted by snl View Post
    I have had WM in both brood and honey frames. Now I spray BT on all.
    The wax moth larva are going for the protine, mostly on the brood frames but also in the honey frames.
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