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Hey all,

I'm entering a contest to be able to present the honeybee research I'm working on to a much larger audience. The winners are judged on scientific accuracy, number of views, and video production. Share away. Thanks!

Preventing honeybee decline: Ashlee Robison's ACS #ChemChamps Entry


Meet Ashlee Robison. Ashlee is a senior Chemistry major, and with the video below she has entered the...
http://youtu.be/FOwnfwsW3BQ


Does anyone here know anymore about this then what I have posted :s


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Strange, beekeepers in the US try to find something out that already exist? Since last year I buy from a distributor here a thymol product especially for a mix into the syrup. This powder comes from the same company where I got my OA vaporizers. It has a label "bee tea" and works like described on the video. I fed my bees in spring and now my splits, have not find (so far) a single mite in the drone or bee brood.
If bees store some of it in the honey cells it is not a problem, you can't taste it's a natural part of honey an there is no MRL worldwide.
It comes from your country and wonder why you think it is something new?
 

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Axtmann thanks for the info I found it. Heilyser in Canada is the manufacturer. I'll research it but I think there's a difference as to the amount actually absorbed by the larvae. Either way it gives me some research to do. I'll share what I find. Thanks again Axtmann. I used to live in Augsburg by the way.
 
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