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Friday, July 01, 2011


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Yay! Well, it's not chickens, but I think bees are just as much fun! As we've only just verutned into beekeeping it will be fun to compare notes. Was Varroa destructor an issue the last time you kept bees? I expect that might have only just been rearing its ugly head at that point. We've already seen a phoretic mite on one of our worker bees. Nasty little parasites.

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