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  2. Treatment-Free Beekeeping
    Hello, I just caught my first wild hive about three weeks ago. I checked in on them today and they are building our comb and there is some honey too. I noticed quite a bit of an orange pasty looking stuff in the bottom of a bunch of the comb. I raked it with my tool and it was pasty like wet...
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    Beleaguered Florida Citrus Industry Hits New Snags By Ashley Lopez AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: Florida's citrus industry has a new problem. It's long wrestled with crop diseases like canker and greening. But the effort to halt greening has killed millions of bees, as growers have increased their...
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    While the orange growers used to spray insecticides a few times a year, The Ledger newspaper reports that they are now dousing their groves monthly. Needless to say, the region’s apiarists are none too pleased to see their bees being killed by the insecticides. The conundrum has Florida...
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    Backyard hives keep area bee biz buzzing amid threat Beekeper Mario Jakob checks on his hives on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 in Umatilla, Fla. Beekeepers nationwide have been worried about a national die-off of bees called "colony collapse disorder." Commercial beekeepers in Florida have been...
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    bees bringing in lots of this unbelievably bright, bright orange pollen! it seems brighter than even an orange safety jacket.... i'm in the pacific northwest; any ideas what this could be from?
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