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This group was made to welcome change to the beekeeping world and to bring facts to the table from your neck of the woods. The US public has been scared into a false hype that Florida Hybrid bees and AHB are killers, and beekeepers and especialy pest control operators, should destroy all feral bees on site. Even though it is not required or enforced, the Goverment would like the killers to send samples of dead bees to be tested for "bad" genes. This measure is a waste of time and alot of money and no real positive results could come other than speculation and a scare zone map of infected areas of AHB. What is required of your State or Country? It is proven by many new researchers here in the US that the EHB is a weaker bee compared to its public enemies and to not welcome a stronger bee for a tougher climiate, could be America's vice. CCD is not going away, mites are invading, and requeening more is not the answer most are finding. No CCD, No V Mites, just more procaution and feral bees is what thebugmanjr and some scientist's now state. Mother nature is repairing what we have tainted, drugged, and more or less abused (corp. pollinators especialy) and we must except the change we created. Bees have been stinging humans since the fossil age and believe this fact, the death toll from bees is not on the rise here on Earth, and some countries they are extinct. On that note can you believe its ALWAYS been a crime to have ANY bees here in Pinellas County, and the public extension tells growers they cant explain loss of flowers and fruit recently, its CCD is what they tell callers!

Beesource.com/forums (thebugmanjrs threads) edited my views, erased some facts, then banned me from the site for speaking of whats happening in Florida. I just need some feedback, aggresive or not, its all sweet as honey!!

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  • Beekeeping
  • Dec 4, 2007
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