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Offline Xperiment

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New Beekeeper from the Pacific Coast.
« on: May 10, 2010, 09:36:50 AM »

Hi everyone;

I was trying to find information on using thyme plants for mite control when I found this bbs.

We had hive in the 1990s and just re-started 2 years ago.    We lost the first hive to a skunk but the 2nd one wintered over and looks ok so far this year after adding some anti-skunk devices.    WE know very little about beekeeping but are always interested to learn.

yours,



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Re: New Beekeeper from the Pacific Coast.
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2010, 10:32:49 AM »
welcome.  lots of info on here and many people to help you out.  it will be easier to get answers that are specific to your problems if you can put your location in your profile. 
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Re: New Beekeeper from the Pacific Coast.
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2010, 11:10:17 AM »
Xperiment, welcome to our forum, beautiful that you found us.  Stick around, we love new members, love to listen and love to help.  Have that great and beautiful day, with health. Cindi
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