Free with Donation

Discussion in 'General Beekeeping' started by Sundance, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

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    Sites like this great resource cost money to run.
    To perhaps encourage donations I will send a free
    Agree WG Bt Aizawai sample, post paid.

    The sample will make 2 gallons of spray. I usually use
    one of those Tractor Supply 1/2 gallon pressurized spray
    bottles (under $10) and I rarely mix more than a 1/2
    at a time. This goes a long way.

    So........... Donate $10 or more to "Beekeeping Forum"
    and I will mail you your sample. (not retroactive)

    The Donation button is on the very bottom left
    of the page. (at least on my puter) :D

    **Just discovered there is a nice link to make a donation
    at the bottom of Iddee's post below. What could be easier??**

    Thank you Iddee, Charles, and all who make this site
    possible.


    ***LIMITED TO 100 OFFERS***


    DISCLAIMER: I am not suggesting this for use on anything
    not listed on label. Use on bee equipment is "off label".

    (tragic an organic product is off label and 1,4-DICHLOROBENZENE isn't)
     
  2. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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    Thank you, Sundance.

    The BT works great for controlling wax moth.I'm sure many on here can use it. Two gallons should cover any number of hives a hobbyist has. More than that, I think would be called a sideliner or commercial keep.

    BTW, I am running low. I need to place an order with you shortly. My local club members keep taking it from me. :eek: :D :thumbsup:
     

  3. PerryBee

    PerryBee New Member

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    Very nice contribution Sundance! :clapping:

    I am making a donation but will probably have to pass on the free goodies. Don't know how it might be looked upon at the border :shock: :mrgreen:

    Perry
     
  4. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

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    Just sent 2 pounds to Toronto yesterday to an
    orchardist/beekeeper. (like me!)

    Worth a shot. Death to wax moths!!
     
  5. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

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    Sorry to run on about this but...........

    This stuff is rated for Organic use on all
    fruits and veggies. Kills dozens of pests
    like loopers, hornworms, codding moth,
    and more.

    Agree WG is certified for organic use by:

    OMRI
     
  6. charmd2

    charmd2 New Member

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    Awfully sweet of you sundance! I have more than I can ever possibly use myself or I would take you up on that offer. (So when my donation shows up don't send me any). Bought a five pound bag two years ago. Who knew five lbs would last forever?
     
  7. Murrell

    Murrell New Member

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    Been there and done that.
    Wish it could have been more.

    Murrell
     
  8. Charles

    Charles New Member

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    Thank You Sundance that is very generous of you!

    Thank You PerryBee!

    Thank You Charla!

    Thank You Murrell!
     
  9. larry tate

    larry tate New Member

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    Table spoon per quart? Cant remember but it is a great product and forum.
     
  10. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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    Teaspoon per quart. Of course, tablespoon per quart may just require less spraying. :confused:
     
  11. G3farms

    G3farms New Member

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    Thank you Sundance for the very generous offer to the website. This is what it takes to have a great site with great members. :thumbsup:
     
  12. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

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    NOTE: OFFER ENDING SOON

    THE FREE SAMPLE WITH DONATION OFFER IS
    ENDING APRIL 1ST AT 12:01 AM.


    Make that donation now...........

    Thanks to all that donated to this wonderful resource.

    Bruce
     
  13. Iddee

    Iddee New Member

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    And a great big Thank You to Sundance for making the offer.
     
  14. Zulu

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    Made my donation- thanks for giving me a place to hang out

    Rick
     
  15. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

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    Actually 1/2 teaspoon per quart is plenty. One teaspoonful per
    quart would be the "max rate"
    and a bit of overkill. But some
    like overkill.

    More importantly is using a fine mist and getting good
    coverage.
     
  16. G3farms

    G3farms New Member

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    Got mine today, thanks Sundance!
     
  17. PerryBee

    PerryBee New Member

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    Sundance:

    Got my sample today (and I don't even have to report to Border Services :shock: )
    Thanks again for supporting the forum :clapping:

    Perry
     
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    bamabww New Member

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    Mine came in the mail on Saturday and I've already put it to good use. I'm trying it on an infestation of sugar ants in a spare hive I have in storage. YMMV but I'll let you know how it worked for me.
    Thanks Sundance for your generosity.
     
  19. Sundance

    Sundance New Member

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    Unfortunately, it won't work on ants (sweet or fire). And
    it doesn't work on small hive beetles (tried that). But there
    is rumor that some work is being done to isolate a subspecies
    that will be effective on SHB. Hoping they do.
     
  20. rast

    rast New Member

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    Sundance say's "And it doesn't work on small hive beetles (tried that). But there is rumor that some work is being done to isolate a subspecies that will be effective on SHB. Hoping they do."

    Don't we all!