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"Chance Discovery Could Help Destroy The Honeybee's Worst Enemy"

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This showed up on my facebook wall last night, had a browse. Looks promising at the moment, would be interesting to see what happens with further research. 

http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/chance-discovery-could-tackle-the-honeybees-worst-enemy/?utm_source=Editorial&utm_medium=Static&utm_campaign=TH

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1 hour ago, Courtney L Neilson said:

This showed up on my facebook wall last night, had a browse. Looks promising at the moment, would be interesting to see what happens with further research. 

http://www.iflscience.com/plants-and-animals/chance-discovery-could-tackle-the-honeybees-worst-enemy/?utm_source=Editorial&utm_medium=Static&utm_campaign=TH

Hi Courtney, there was a thread with the research paper attached regarding lithium chloride on the forum somewhere recently, a good read. 

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16 minutes ago, BJC said:

Hi Courtney, there was a thread with the research paper attached regarding lithium chloride on the forum somewhere recently, a good read. 

Ahh is there? I must find it and read the research paper to see a bit more of the science behind it.

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always remember, there is a number of things that do a good job on a brood free hive, but 90% of the mites are in the brood.

i doubt this will become  relevant as a treatment.

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