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  • Keith Benson
    Hi Ma, I see no evidence of mites (unlike in my ritecell colony) - but I ahve not looked. They are in a sink or swim situation - nothing gets ttreated in my
    Message 1 of 36 , May 23 6:17 AM
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      Hi Ma,

      I see no evidence of mites (unlike in my ritecell colony) - but I ahve
      not looked. They are in a sink or swim situation - nothing gets
      ttreated in my aipiary.

      Keith

      grizzly bearnolds wrote:

      >>From: Keith Benson <kgbenson@...>
      >>Date: Thu, 22 May 2003
      >>Subject: Re: [TopHive] new to the list
      >>
      >>I haven't a clue - perhaps because they build what they want when they
      >>want it and I am not asking anything of them or forcing them to do
      >>anything comb wise. There is loads of honey in there.
      >>
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      >Do the ones in the top bar hive carry a load of varroa mites? Are you
      >treating them? (Don't worry, I am not going to clobber you on the head, if
      >you treat.)
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    • harmony@the-wire.com
      Thanks Ping, will do. Dale
      Message 36 of 36 , May 25 3:48 PM
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        Thanks Ping, will do.
        Dale

        >I tried the English section of the Danish Association of Beekeepers' homesite.
        >They have a section on the subject. The spelling may not be the best, but it
        >is clearly understandable. Please try
        >http://www.biavl.dk/english/varroa-english/index.htm
        >
        >If you, after reading those pages, have any further questions on the subject
        >(dosage, how-to, etc.), I will try to answer them.
        >
        >--
        >Ping.
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