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MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

#MiteGone® #continuous #lowdose release #method knocks #mites off the bees & kills them in a pool of #FormicAcid #fumes - Click through to learn more about how #MiteGone® works:

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MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

#MiteGone® eliminated all #disadvantages of other #treatments such as: #drone #sterility. Click through to learn more: http://ow.ly/K1Lyn

The Mitegone method of treating varroah mites organically, will treat nuks, singles or double colonies. See "Colony Size" on the home page for more information. Click through to read more. Bee Skep, Bee Keeping, Bees, Honey, Treats, Group, Board, Sweet Like Candy, Goodies

MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

The Mitegone method of treating varroah mites organically, will treat nuks, singles or double colonies. See "Colony Size" on the home page for more information. Click through to read more. . .

Records must be kept every Fall and Spring, to track effectiveness of organic formic acid treatment. Therefore, each hive is numbered. Bee Skep, Bee Keeping, Bees, How To Become, Track, Honey, Organic, Group, Spring

MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

Records must be kept every Fall and Spring, to track effectiveness of organic formic acid treatment. Therefore, each hive is numbered.

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MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

Helping protect bees against Varroa and Tracheal mites since 1995. MiteGone evaporator pads were designed by the beekeeper - for the beekeeper. MiteGone evaporator pads have been tested successfully and used since 1995 in commercial use by local beekeepers in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Canada. The MiteGone dispenser is a liquid evaporator that allows for the prolonged commercial treatment of the Varroa and Tracheal mites using Formic acid.

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Pallets of 4 hives each are placed in circles of 6, with the 6th place open to allow ease of access.

Hives are placed on pallets in groups of four in prep for Fall or late August organic varroa or tracheal mite treatment. Bee Skep, Beekeeping, Pallets, Bees, Survival, Honey, Organic, Group, Learning

MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

Hives are placed on pallets in groups of four in prep for Fall or late August organic varroa or tracheal mite treatment.

Only tests before each organic honey bee treatment & at the same time of year (In moderate climates: August & April) will tell you the true situation in your hive. Click through to read more about the importance of testing ahead of your chosen treatment. Bee Skep, Beekeeping, Hummingbirds, Bees, Butterflies, Honey, Told You So, Organic, Group

MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

Only tests before each organic honey bee treatment & at the same time of year (In moderate climates: August & April) will tell you the true situation in your hive. Click through to read more about the importance of testing ahead of your chosen treatment.

You must know what varroa or tracheal mite infestation levels you have in your honey bee hives to organically treat successfully and not waste money on unsuccessful treatments. Click through this image to read more about testing and materials needed. Honey Bee Hives, Bee Skep, My Honey, Bee Keeping, You Must, Read More, Bees, Group, Reading

MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

You must know what varroa or tracheal mite infestation levels you have in your honey bee hives to organically treat successfully and not waste money on unsuccessful treatments. Click through this image to read more about testing and materials needed. . .

Testing of natural drop on sticky boards is a must! Don't rely on neighbours or government officials to tell you what the situation is or what to do. Click through this image to learn more about preliminary testing before treatment. Bee Skep, Bee Keeping, Being Used, To Tell, Bees, How To Become, Honey, Told You So, Boards

MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

Testing of natural drop on sticky boards is a must! Don't rely on neighbours or government officials to tell you what the situation is or what to do. Click through this image to learn more about preliminary testing before treatment.

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MiteGone for effective control of the varroa & tracheal mites

#Test efficiency by installing #dropboards at the same time as you install the MiteGone® #treatment. See http://ow.ly/JKtr9

Letter to all Okanagan Beekeepers! If you live in the Okanagan, or know a beekeeper in the Okanagan, please pass on this letter to them. Thanks in advance. Bee Skep, Bee Keeping, Bees, Letter, Honey, Group, Live, Board, Bee

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Letter to all Okanagan Beekeepers! If you live in the Okanagan, or know a beekeeper in the Okanagan, please pass on this letter to them. Thanks in advance.

This video discusses hive preparation and use of Mitegone Formic acid kits when beginning Fall organic treatment for Varroa and Tracheal mite infestations. First Video, Yearly, Bees, English, Bee, English Language, England

MITEGONE FORMIC ACID TREATMENTS for BEES in ENGLISH August Treatment VIEW FIRST

This video discusses hive preparation and use of Mitegone Formic acid kits when beginning Fall organic treatment for Varroa and Tracheal mite infestations. S...

Video discussing re-use and disposal of pads used in the Mitegone method of treating bees organically for Varroa and Tracheal mites. This video discusses the. Yearly, Bee Keeping, Bees, English, Spring, Bee, English Language, England

MITEGONE FORMIC ACID TEATMENT for BEES. in ENGLISH Spring Treatment VIEW SECOND

Video discussing re-use and disposal of pads used in the Mitegone method of treating bees organically for Varroa and Tracheal mites. This video discusses the...