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Tavascarow



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Location: South Cornwall
PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 16 5:21 am    Post subject:  Reply with quote    

If you have a large honey bee colony in your building & they die out or get poisoned any uncapped stores left will ferment & grow mould.
Which can cause localised mould spots on ceilings & plasterboard walls.
When a colony is thriving they pose little risk.
Pest control firms are happy to spray insecticide. But I've never heard of any that will take down a ceiling & remove all traces of occupancy. If they don't the above issue could be a problem although usually the smell of brood comb just attracts another swarm to the spot.

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