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Summer 2012 – Are Alabama honey bees affected by current national insecticide issue?
James E. Tew
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Pages / Length: 4
Publication Date: 06/10/2012

Dr. Jim Tew discusses concerns about current national insecticide issues in the latest issue of The Alabama Beeline newsletter. Other topics include electron beam sterilization procedures and The MiteZapper. Readers will enjoy an excerpt on the basic requirements of selling nucleus hives from a British beekeeping manual.

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