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Staten Island Beekeepers Message Board › Protecting Hives during Mosquito Spraying

Protecting Hives during Mosquito Spraying

Francisco M.
user 11536399
Staten Island, NY
Post #: 6
The other Bee' keeping meet up sent me an email reguarding the spraying of mosqitos in the next couple of days. And as always their meetings are on a day that I am at work. Any whooo, I didn't see any of our zip codes on the spraying list. But what does one do to protect a hive from in the event that are zip codes do come up on the next spraying list.


Gee's No nectar, No pollen, now spraying, oh my!!!!!


Anti EM, its a twister!

Hay Just asking.

Timothy M.
user 10467420
New York, NY
Post #: 5
On protecting hives during Mosquito Spraying:
Wet burlap or wet breathable cloth over hive until next morning.
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