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BeeTalk  HomePage     BeeTalk  with the end of corn pollen it reminds that I need to plant more bee pasture. What
plants I need to concentrate on are the ones whose pollen and /or nectar will help
the bugs in the gut of the bee can best deal with stress of the GMO pollen and
chemical pesticides they have foraged from the food factories in their fly zone.

It's had to find accurate data on the general topic of food source information about
on nutritional in for information on Bees in general let alone on the the specifics
of GMO, pesticides and drugs placed in the hive to cover the symptoms of diseases.

The address this problem I have been adapting my medical herbal database. To
accommodate the addition of needs of bees in the veterinary needs of bees. HTTP

Using the naturalpathic adage of prep treatment of acute exposure to toxin, then
treatment for chronic symptoms. Application : plant early flower's that develops the
gut organisms to be resident to the assimilation of the GM genes or pesticide
interference. More attractive flowers that blossom at the same as GMO flowing
time. This helps to keep the bees off the GM plants or off the fields being sprayed.
The later flowering plants would help to correct the negative effects of
contamination of food sources.

Using food to prevent the occurrence of disease in the hives eliminates the need to
further stress the bees with drugs to keep the symptoms of disease in check. Keeping
GMO, pesticides and drugs out of hive products makes them even better for us to eat.

BMaster  Water     Water  Water    
BMaster  NucWorkShopMay30     Workshop Late may  This Workshop will take place at the http://helpfullearth.com ECF Breeder yard.

Please contact for directions.

We will start at 10 AM.

We will cover the Fallowing.

<li>Hive evaluation.
<li>Nuc making
<li>Queen Catching
<li>Queen introduction.
BMaster  WorkShopNucMay312015     WorkShopNucMay312015  This Workshop will take place at the Flurry farm yard in Cherryville.

Please contact for directions.

We will start at 10 AM.

We will cover the Fallowing.

<li>Hive evaluation.
<li>Nuc making
<li>Queen Catching
<li>Queen introduction.

<p>We will start with Hive Evaluations. We will evaluate each frame in the Hive for its resourses.

<li>Number of frames of bees.
<li>Number of frames of brood
<li>Number of frames of honey
<li>Number of frames of pollenm
<li>Number of frames of commb
<li>Number of frames of foundation
<li>Number of open frames for the bood nest to be drawn.

<p>Each nuc we produce will require
<li>1 frame of honey
<li>4 frames of bees
<li>3 frames of brood
<li>1 frame of foundation for a honey position empty frame for brood position.

<p>I you intend to draw new comb you will need to ensure the the Hive is well feed. Continually feed to completion of the wax process. If the nectar stops they will have trouble restarting.

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