- Mar 30, 2011
- Reaction score
- Hive Type
- Number of Hives
- Too many - but not nearly enough
What’s wrong with comic sans?I plan to wait for the Geese to moult, so I can take a feather, make a quill, and then write to my local association and tell them how I think they are stuck in the past, with their comic sans newsletter
Has it ever been?What’s wrong with comic sans?
Is it not a fashionable font any more ?
Congratulations on being elected as the new secretary! If you do not accept,you should stop complaining.I plan to wait for the Geese to moult, so I can take a feather, make a quill, and then write to my local association and tell them how I think they are stuck in the past, with their comic sans newsletter, and committee answering emails once a month.
But, we also have big pans to go more commercial this year. Will it work? I'm not to sure. I have the gear, and an idea, just hope the weather gods are my friends.
I have discovered it's not even an option here on the forum. I quite like this oneHas it ever been?
I have a colleague who insists on using it, even though we've had an edict from Westminster saying that being caught hanging naked from the statue of Churchill is a lesser offence
The forum fonts are a bit limited but there are at least a few - some forums you only get courier and that's your lot ... and frankly when you see people using fonts like IMPACT ... we could probably do without them.I have discovered it's not even an option here on the forum. I quite like this one
Did you see Prof Pickards lecture on human and bee nutrition with Cardiff beekeepers? Now on WBKA website.I can't
If there's spores in the spring they can handle it, if you find spores in the autumn - just feed them some thymol, job sorted
as much as I like and respect Robert Pickard, he is a neurologist not a bacteriologist. Did he tell you to Bailey change your colonies relentlessly in his talk?Did you see Prof Pickards lecture on human and bee nutrition with Cardiff beekeepers? Now on WBKA website.
Welsh Beekeepers' Association – A national support organisation for beekeepers' in Wales.
Talks about nosema about 47.30 mins through.
Spores penetrate the epithelial lining of the ventriculus, so they can’t digest pollen and shortens the life of foragers who die away from the nest. Especially important to do something if the colony is weak. Not visible to the beekeeper so that’s why many don’t realise or test. One accidentally squashed bee spreads millions of spores, cleaned up by nurse bees feeding. Agree that thymol helps in the autumn but prefer to sort any colonies with issues in the spring.