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Are you sure it was manuka. only MPI scientists know what manuka is.  

I have seen plenty of blackberry honeydew over the years and it's always very dark and relatively easy to extract. Dry honey can be a problem and what you generally see is the honey from the centre of

Side note, if you're sending in thixotropic honey for lab testing, the best thing you can do is put it in a wide-mouth container to make it easy to sample.   Alternately if you're a bit anno

16 minutes ago, john berry said:

I have also seen manuka turn up in  apiarys when they have produced nothing but clover for 20 years and were a huge distance from any manuka plants.

Are you sure it was manuka. only MPI scientists know what manuka is.  

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10 hours ago, nikki watts said:

Scratch that. James said he hasn't heard if it. He'd

love to talk to you about pickers though ??

james knows our pain !

waiting on him for the info on the new extractors. the old beetech got welded back up the other day but otherwise works perfectly. the Boutelje has its issues and really needs throwing out.

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Side note, if you're sending in thixotropic honey for lab testing, the best thing you can do is put it in a wide-mouth container to make it easy to sample.

 

Alternately if you're a bit annoyed with us, put it in a narrow glass bottle and we'll never be able to get it out ?

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