14712Re: [Beekeeping] just got my "ultimate" bee keeping kit.
- May 3, 2010...for sure! If you do get plastic bags, be sure to recycle them. Better still, buy some cloth shopping bags and take them with you to the store. I have been doing this for years and my bags are still completely useable. And you can buy these shopping bags everywhere now.----- Original Message -----From: Stephen JohnsonSent: Monday, May 03, 2010 2:46 PMSubject: Re: [Beekeeping] just got my "ultimate" bee keeping kit.Guess I'll have to start saying paper instead of plastic at the grocery store ;)On Mon, May 3, 2010 at 11:54 AM, <FarmerBrown49@...> wrote:If it is PLASTIC through the crap away. Plastic has no place in a hive of bees. Use wood, medal, or Bees wax only. I know of people who are really big on not using chemicals on bees then use plastic foundation, and or plastic frames, plastic queen excluders and such. Plastic is Toxic! it is Toxic to us and is toxic to bees. Plastic along with High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is likely the biggest cause of "Colony Collapse Disorder.Sammyhttp://www.brownsbees.com
Help put another American out of a job.
That next American job lost maybe yours.In a message dated 4/27/2010 5:20:58 P.M. Central Daylight Time, lephillips@... writes:Hello everyone, I have been following along with posts and I am hoping I could ask a question. I just received my kit from western bee and pulled out the parts and am starting to read directions.I am a little disappointed as all the cells are plastic. I am not sure what I was expecting but is that the normal material of choice?Erika in Montana
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