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.
Placing the Plastic Queen Excluders between the brood chamber and honey super prevents the Queen from laying her eggs where unwanted. These excluders allows the worker bees to move free from chamber to super while restricting the Queen.
Rotating Entrance Disc allows you open, close, vent, and exclude queen from leaving the hive. Idea for reducing traffic, restricting bees while relocating or working around hive. Comes with attachable screw, washer wingnut.
Placing the Plastic Queen Excluders between the brood chamber and honey super prevents the Queen from laying her eggs where unwanted. While these plastic excluders cost less than the metal ones they are just as effective allowing the worker bees to move free through while restricting the Queen.
The robbing screen is an essential part of protecting the bee hive against robbing bees and yellow jackets. To give the bees an added level of protection, simply close the two bottom openings and opening the small one over the aluminum curtain.
The slatted rack is place between the bottom board and the brood chamber to create addition space. This additional space allows the brood frames to be drawn fuller as well as better egg laying. It also reduces swarming and clustering at the hive entrance.