BT On Honey Frames
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  1. #1
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    Default BT On Honey Frames

    Planning on spraying BT on my comb today for winter storage. In the past, I have only sprayed brood comb. I would like to do the honey combs too because I do not have enough space in my freezer this year. Some of the combs have small patches of nectar/honey that I didn't bother to extract. Is it ok to spray these keeping in mind that they will be used next year and likely extracted for consumption? J

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  3. #2
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    Default Re: BT On Honey Frames

    Put off doing the honey frames hoping to hear an opinion. Anyone? If I don't know for sure I will rotate through the freezer and store them in a bin. J

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    Default Re: BT On Honey Frames

    I've always sprayed honey frames without any problems. The BT only works in the gut of worms.

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    Default Re: BT On Honey Frames

    Thanks Tim. Its the last nice day for a while so want to get it done. J

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