Echidna Media Organization project S.N.A.L. (emo_snal) wrote,
Echidna Media Organization project S.N.A.L.
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Patent Pending!

And it's not even 9am monday morning yet and...

This morning Professor Pelliteri of U of Wisconsin got back to me that earwigs will probably eat the small pests of beehives (varroa mites and hive beetles), which is cool ... and potentially revolutionary if we can make extensive use of this. More field research will be necessary (:

AND

I'm now working on a patent application for the beevac! Boss says he'll share joint credit with me on the patent.. so I might have a patent in my name soon!! :D
Tags: bee busters, beevac
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