- Nov 29, 2008
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How come ?> The evidence against these chemicals is strong, ....
Really? April/May exposure via OSR, bees healthy in April, May, June, July ... yet they die in November, December, January, March. How come?
I'd place new and old diseases, like folk are saying in other replies, as part of the problem and that stress and chemicals add to that and amplify them. I wouldn't like to rank them, but the chemicals in the US are more likely to be from beekeepers.Gavin do you believe that CCD is not a chemical problem ?
Personaly I think it's due to 80% stress 20% chemicals.
Have not fed fumidil for years,until this one,never had any nosema problems when i used thymolised syrup,which has proven to be better than fumidil at prevention,this is the only downside to feeding fondant,so i have found. Its obvious why thymol is good.