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Oxalic crystals on bees after vaporization

Crystals from oxalic acid vaporization on bees’ bodies Randy Oliver February 2020 In order to determine how OA crystals settled on bees’ bodies after an OA vaporization, I set a graduated microscope slide and a number of dead bees under a 16-oz inverted plastic cup.  I injected OA vapor briefly into a hole at the The post Oxalic crystals on…
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March 25, 2021
Bee Culture

CATCH THE BUZZ- Pollinators Need Flowering Food

Gardening: Pollinators will appreciate plants, trees that provide food Mike Hogan Special to The Columbus Dispatch Gardeners are increasingly concerned about the status of bees, butterflies and other insects as populations of these pollinators continue to decline. This decline can be attributed to many factors, including loss of habitat, climate change, disease, pesticide use and the spread of invasive plants. Fortunately,…
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March 25, 2021