Transferring larvae into the hive is a delicate process, and a beekeeper needs to have specialized tools for this. These beekeeping grafting needles come in handy for this process. Made of high quality plastics and horns, this elastic transfer larvae transfer tool is composed of plastic tubes, croissants, wire springs and pusher rods. It has a tin, smooth croissant tongue is firm and flexible.
A package of these beekeeping grafting needles has 50 pieces.
How to use:
- These grafting needles have a spring-loaded plunger used to gently push the larva out of the reed and into the cup, so you can precisely transfer an individual bee larva to a queen cell cup. The reed is what picks up the delicate larvae, and it is bendable and quite flexible.
- The egg is transferred by the influence of the grafting needle putting the larvae into the central pedestal, then pushing the index finger gently press the elastic rod insect larvae into wingtip bottom.
- When the spring is pushed down, the rod goes back into place automatically.