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Originally posted by speculativeoptimist
Well after reading/watching this thread HERE
I am suspicious of the Cali quake potential and the magnetic fluctuations mentioned by Berkland.
Are there any local recent reports on the bees by chance?
Originally posted by dadfortruth1
reply to post by aRogue
Same thing is happening in Melbourne Australia.
wow, that is scary.
Australia is one of the last few countries not yet inffected with colony disease, or could this be somthing completly different
I think it might be something different, but it's going to be hard to find out... I'm just wondering if anyone else is seeing this happen as well? Specifically today? If so, it would correlate to the sun's activity, and that would be an amazing find....
Fipronil is a slow acting poison. When mixed with a bait, it allows the poisoned insect time to return to the colony or harborage. In cockroaches, the feces and carcass can contain sufficient residual pesticide to kill others in the same nesting site. In ants, the sharing of the bait among colony members assists in the spreading of the poison throughout the colony. With the cascading effect, the projected kill rate is about 95% in three days for ants and cockroaches.
Fipronil is toxic to bees and should not be applied to vegetation when bees are foraging.
Fipronil is also used as the active ingredient in flea control products for pets, field pest control for corn, golf courses and commercial turf.
Fipronil is one of the main chemical causes blamed for the spread of colony collapse disorder among bees. It has been found by the Minutes-Association for Technical Coordination Fund in France that even at very low nonlethal doses for bees, the pesticide still impairs their ability to locate their hive, resulting in large numbers of forager bees lost with every pollen-finding expedition