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Mite Away Quick Strips
The Quick Strips have a treatment period of just 7 days. Daytime temperatures must be between 50° F – 84° F (10° C- 29° C). Strips are laid across the tops of the brood frames and they can be used during a honey flow if necessary. A spacer rim is no longer needed for these strips, but you still need to wear the recommended safety equipment for acid. This package contains enough strips for one hive. Now available in all states and certified for use in the production of Organic Honey!
Oxalic Acid has become a sure fire way to deal with mites. Used with a vaporizer Oxalic Acid is by far one of the easy and cost effective methods to treat for Varroa Mites.
ProVap 110 – Sideliner/Commercial Vaporizer
We’re talking 20 seconds per hive! No wand to insert, just point and shoot! No guessing on dosage! No compressor or battery! Just plug it in to an inexpensive inverter, generator or use house current. It’s 110 volts, 250 watts, 2.2 amps. This is the one you’ve waited for and now it’s here! To see how it works select the Product Video tab below.
Varroa Sticky Board
This varroa sticky board is used to track the mite count of a hive. This board can be used with or without the sticky screen board. If placed directly on the bottom board, the screen will be needed to keep the bees from the sticking to the sticky board.
Varroa Sticky Board W/Screen
This varroa stick screen board is needed to keep the bees from the sticking to the sticky board.
This glow plug powered vaporizer is powered by a 12 volt battery and takes just 2-2 ½ minutes (depending on battery strength) to vaporize 2 grams of Oxalic Acid! The vaporization of oxalic acid in beehives is a proven method … Read More
Varrox – A Heavy Duty Oxalic Acid Vaporizer
An outstanding heavy duty Oxalic Acid Vaporizer at a great price! This is the one Randy Oliver on his website http://scientificbeekeeping.com says is “One of the highest-ranked models,” and is the one you’ll pass down to your son.