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Sulfur element think like # 16 on the atomic table. I use it as an oxidizer ( for metals ) or as binder ( when making black powder use sulfur " S ", air float charcoal , and potassium nitrate " KNO3" . It can be found in matches, fertilizers, and some insecticides. So not knowing how much contact with the bees is needed. I would not venture to guess if a box of matches would be enough. Here is a link to buy it, or if you just need a small amount let me know ( I have several pounds in my storage room ). One of my other hobbies is seeing how high and wide can I put a burning mass into the sky also known as pyrotechnics.:grin:
http://www.skylighter.com/sulfur.htm
 
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