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  • Pure Powder Oxalic Acid for Varroa Mite Treatment (100g)

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    Original price was: $31.99.Current price is: $28.99.

    There are so many treatments to counter varroa mite infestation. Cultural approaches have been found to be effective and this include practices such as: purchase of mite-resistant honey bees, providing a brood break, and the use of small cell comb as a bait for the mites. Other treatment methods include mechanical treatments such as powdered…

  • Bipinamite Varroasis Combat

    Bipinamite to Combat Varroosis of Bees

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    Honey bees are a target of many pests, parasites, and predators. However, one of its biggest problems is the varroa destructor. The tiny mites attach to the bodies of the bees, sucking fat bodies. They cause a disease referred to as varroosis, weakening the bees and in most cases wiping out entire colonies within 2…

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    Bayvarol Varroa Mite Treatment Strips (40)

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    Records indicate that the varroa mite or varroa destructor arrived in the US in 1987. It then spread out globally and has since then become one of the most devastating parasites to beekeepers. They seem to have adapted to their parasitic life cycle, with the parasite developing within capped cells of honey bees. They have…

  • Amitraz Plus Strips for Varroa Mite Treatment

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    The Varroa mite is the most prevalent pest among beekeepers the world over. It is known to devastate untreated colonies, at times wiping out an entire bee population within a span of 2 to 3 years. Its life cycle takes two stages: a phoretic stage that lasts for 5 to 11 days, and the second…

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  • Basalt Varroasis Prevention and Treatment Tablets

    Basalt Varroosis Prevention and Treatment Tablets (25)

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    The destructive Varroa mites pose a serious risk to the honey bee population. According to research, it will take between 2 to 3 years for an entire bee colony to be wiped out by the mites if they are left untreated. The case is different with wild bees, where it was found to withstand a…

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