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Re: Florida affected by Dwindle Disease
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2007, 11:35:56 AM »
They keep saying the bees just up and leave the hive. But I never see anything about testing the deserted hives to see what might be in there to run them off. Or am I missing something? Seems they keep looking at what ever dead bee they do manage to find.
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Re: Florida affected by Dwindle Disease
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2007, 12:34:29 PM »
Jerrymac:
I agree that is why I am posting these. I did post a pdf report in the Disease section. What I am getting out of this right now is they have a lot more questions than they do answers. I don't mind that, asking questions is fine, my concern is the speculation right now.

I want the members here to see that also. I am glad someone is catching it. It is easy to create concern and panic. I want the members to actually take a moment to read some of these articles and reports. Wait a year or two and see what some of the studies say.

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Brendhan
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