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Re: Malnutrition may have helped wipe out 750K bee hives
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2008, 11:47:50 AM »
Jerry, a great article eh?  Yep, uh, huh, bees need to be strong.

I keep reading Jeff Pettis' name now and then and it keeps ringing a bell.

Jeff was one of the speakers/teachers at the Bee Masters Short Course that I took at SFU last February (wow, was it that long ago?  The course ran for five full days at the end of February last year).  He was a wonderfully dynamic young man and was an awesome speaker.  I loved to listen to him.  A very knowledgeable man and very dedicated to the study of apis mellifera.  Good for him!!!  Yeah!!!  Have an awesome day, beautiful life.  Cindi
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