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  • Instruction Sub Tropical Climate
  • Hive Equipment
  • Small Hive beetle –MiteGone® as repellent
  • FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  • Formic Acid Principles, Requirements
  • Thinning, & Formulas
  • Advantages & Disadvantages
  • Acid Handling, Safety, & Respirators
  • Testing – When, How Many
  • Testing materials
  • Prices and Policies
  • Cost of Treatment - Mitegone
  • FORMIC ACID REGISTRATION CANADA
  • FORMIC ACID REGISTRATION USA
  • DISTRIBUTION & AGENTS
  • SEMINARS
  • SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
  • Patents
  • Credible use history
  • MiteGone® research
  • Supporting research
  • Verification Test results
  • Other Languages

    Always use the current year and the latest version of documents. (See footnote with the date on the bottom of each page) Alphabetical listing of subjects and documents

    ABOUT US

    PRESS RELEASES & Ads:

    ARTICLES FOR PUBLISHING:
    These ARTICLES are ALL IN pdf for all to enjoy. The Publisher can have those available in Word with pictures in separate files so the publisher can format the release to suit his layout, or in a zip file.

    • Old beeman series Part I. (4-pages)
      – Introduction & Silver Bullet

      Title: Invention series Part 1
      Footer: MG/PD/Bill Ruzicka/Articles/Invention Series Part 1 H.pdf

    • Old beeman series Part II. (7-pages)
      – What Bees We Have
      - Vernon Stock
      - How to keep own stock
      - Best Grafting House I Know

      Title: Invention Series Part 2
      Footer: MG/PD/Bill Ruzicka/Articles/Invention Series Part 2 F

    IN 2014 I started new series for BC BEE SCENE SUCCESFULL BEEKEEPING
    Currently written are:

    BROCHURES, HANDBOOK & MANUAL:

    • Brochure: Simple How to Use MiteGone® for General Show Distribution Only
      Title: Brochure
      Footer: MG/PD/News-Media/Brochure Jan 2015 AS

      Agents please email Bill Ruzicka your contact information to be added to bottom of front page of brochure. And sent to you for printing.(Please ensure the word "Mitegone" is in the subject line. Phone me if you haven't received a response within 5 days, which would mean your email may have been filtered into spam)
      Print Landscape on both sides. Cut in half to produce brochure. This method will work in 90% of applications. The set of instructions in the Instruction Section must be used in real field applications.

    The Handbook
    10 pages of worldwide experience. Principles of evaporation and types of treatments in all kinds of weather and equipment was improved and updated. YOU SHOULD PRINT IT AND PUT IN YOUR FIELD MANUAL.

    POSTERS FOR PRESENTATIONS AND SEMINARS:
    These can be laser printed on proper equipment to any size you wish.
    17 x 22 inches is a commonly available size.

    • When to Treat and the Cue Poster
      Title: When to Treat
      Footer: MG/PD/Articles & Posters/When to Treat – B

      Explains how damage is done to winter bees with one treatment in late fall only and why to treat twice a year and when.

    • Formic Acid application Methods Poster
      Title: Application Methods
      Footer: MG/PD/Articles and Posters/Application Methods - B

      Explains difference between blast/flash methods and low-dose continuous release method.

    • Advantages of MG Acid Treatments Poster
      Title: Advantages
      Footer: MG/PD/Articles and Posters/Advantages - C

      All 12 advantages in one poster.

    • Disadvantages and Overdose Symptoms Poster
      Title: Disadvantages
      Footer: MG/PD/Articles and Posters/Disadvantages - C

      All disadvantages are a result of poor application, blast/flash methods, carelessness, and misinformation.

    • MiteGone® Pad Prep Station Poster
      Title: Pad Prep Station Maintenance
      Footer: MG/PD/Posters/Pad Prep Station & Maintenance - I

      Field pad prep, picture with description of all items matching the manual. Page 2 is the maintenance and packing instruction of material.

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    Product and Method

    • How MiteGone® Works
      Title: How MiteGone® Works
      Set of principles and laws of physics used in MiteGone® development explained in layman’s terms.

    • Hobby kit
      Title: Hoby kit
      Footer: MG/EN/ PD/Product & Method/ Hobby kits Jan 15 A-3

      Who and how they shall use it.

    • COMMERCIAL & SIDELINER KITS
      Title: Commercial & Sideliner kits
      Footer: MG/EN/ PD/Product & methods/ Commercial & sideliner kits Jan 15 A-1

      Who and how they shall use it.

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    INSTRUCTIONS - EQUIPMENT - RULES

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    • TREATMENT SELECTION
      Title: Treatment selection
      Footer: MG/EN/PD/Instruction/ Treatment Selection – U_1

      When and how to treat. How to modify treatment for adverse condition and baby nukes.

    • Instructions for Temperate Climates
      Title: Simplified Instructions
      Footer: MG Empire/Public Documents/Instructions/Simplified Instructions Jan 2015 J

      This method will work in 90% of applications. The set of instructions in the Instruction Section must be used in real field applications.

    • Instructions for Almond Pollinators .
      Title: Almond Pollinators
      Footer: MG/PD/Inst/Almond Pollinators - Jan 15 -J

      All possible options, when and how to treat in migratory operations and almond pollination

    • Instructions for Tropical or Sub-Tropical Climates
      Title: Instructions for Tropical Climate
      Footer: MG/PD/Instr/Instructions for Tropical Climate - January 2015 G

    • Reuse of Pads
      Title: Reuse of Pads
      Footer: MG/PD/Instr/Reuse of Pads January 2015 E

      Pros and cons of saving and the best reuse method.

    • Hive and Equipment
      Title: Hive and Equipment
      Footer: MG/PD/Instr/Hive and Equipment – F

      Preparing hives for treatment – How important it is
      Effects of equipment on evaporation .
      Effects of acid on equipment - corrosion

    • Screened Bottoms
      Title: Screen Bottom Boards
      Footer: MG/PD/Instr/Screen Bottom Boards – F

      Efficacy and maintenance improvement.
      Pros and cons of using screen bottoms.
      Effect on evaporation systems.
      How mobile is Varroa.

    • Small Hive beetle & MiteGone® as repellent
      Title: Small Hive Beetle
      Footer: MG Empire/Public Documents/Instructions/Small Hive Beetle - H

      Formic acid as repellant for beetle.
      Experiences with beetle in Florida.

    • Frequently Asked Questions

    • Register for Yearly Updates
      Treatment Help and Checklist

      Title: Treatment Help and Checklist
      Footer: MG/PD/Instr/Treatment Help and Checklist – July 10 O

      Sign up for the updates and notice of changes. If you fill this out and email it back to me, I can help you to succeed.

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    ACID PRINCIPLES, REQUIREMENTS, & THINNING FORMULAS

    • Formic Acid Use Handbook
      12 pages of worldwide experience. Principles of evaporation and types of treatments in all kinds of weather and equipment.

    • Requirements, Calculations
      Title: Acid Requirement Calculations
      Footer: MG/EN/PD/ INSTRUCTIONS / Acid / Acid Requirement Calculations - January 2015 I

      How to determine the amount of 65% acid required for the treatment of your apiaries, and how it translates into the 85-90-95% acid concentration you can buy.

    • How to Thin Acid and Thinning Formulas
      Title: Thining acid to 65%
      Footer: MG/EN/ACID/ thinning acid to 65% Jan. 2015 C

      Safe and practical way to thin acid from a barrel or small kegs, ratios, equipment approved containers, and sources.

    • Acid Specification
      Title: Data Sheet
      Footer: MG/PD/Acid/Data Sheet - D

      A government specification of common industrial grade of formic acid, hazard & safe handling information.

    • Advantages of MiteGone®
      Title: Advantages
      Footer: MG/PD/Articles & Posters/Advantages - C

      Advantages of a properly designed delivery system.

    • Disadvantages Being Claimed about Acid Treatments
      Title: Disadvantages
      Footer: MG/PD/Articles & Posters/Disadvantages - C

      All disadvantages are the result of poor application methods, overdose, 85% concentration, carelessness, and misinformation.

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    ACID HANDLING, SAFETY, FIRST AID, RESPIRATORS, SPECIFICATIONS, INJURIES, & UNTRUE RUMORS

    For general information and publication. Always use the current year and the latest version of documents. (See footnote with the date on the bottom of each page)

    • Safe Use and Handling of Liquid Formic Acid
      Title: Safe use Handling of Liquid Formic Acid
      Footer: MG/PD/Acid Safety/Safe Use and Handling of Acid - P-1
      Respirators, Practicality of Safety in Beekeeping, Times & Application, First Aid Storage, and Disposal Legality”

    • Government Data Sheet
      Title: Data Sheet
      Footer: MG/PD/Acid/Data Sheet - D

    • Acid Injuries and Untrue Rumors
      Title: Formic Acid Injuries
      Footer: MG/PD/Acid/Acid Injuries - E

      Collection of rumors, injuries, reasons, and truths. Canadian use has a clean slate. Acid is not carcinogenic. With proper precautions, even minor finger blisters are rare.

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    TESTING:

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    • 10 Years Shelf Life Test
      Title: 10 year shelf life test
      Footer: MG/PD/SE/10 years shelf life test Aug 14 H

      The method we used also show you how to test for efficacy of treatment.

    • Verification Testing for the Infestation of Varroa and Tracheal Mites
      Title: Verification Testing
      Footer: MG/PD/Testing/Verification Testing - R

      Introduction, Conclusion, How Many to Test, When & How.

    • Methods of Testing for Varroa Mite Infestation, Resistance & Efficacy
      Title: Methods of Testing
      Footer: MG Empire/Public Documents/Testing/Methods of Testing - M

      Methods of Testing for Varroa Mite Infestation, Resistance, and Efficacy
      A complete summary of what the test means, how you can find your resistance or the efficacy of the treatment you are doing right now, what infestation you have, and the treatment you need.

    • Drop or Sticky Board Methods and Equipment
      Title: Drop Boards Methods
      Footer: MG Empire/Public Documents/Testing/Drop Boards Methods - Jan. 2015 P

      Instruction, How to Use, Drop Boards - Commercial or Homemade, Other Equipment, and Rules of Counting.

    • Reusable Board and Screens
      Title: Reusable Board
      Footer: MG/PD/Testing/Reusable Board - P

      Reusable Board and Screens
      Sketch and Instruction, Material Specification, and How to Make Test Boards, Screens, and Lifting Tools for 24 Test Boards

    • Verification Testing BLANK Chart
      Title: Verification Testing Blank Chart
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Verification Testing Blank Chart - Feb 11 - H1

      (The dates on chart are suggested dates for Moderate climax)
      Fill and use for your own tests. Send to me for advice.

    PRICES & POLICIES - CANADA - USA - EUROPE - ALL OTHER COUNTRIES

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    • REGISTRATION NO. 31315 PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS ACT
      Title: Canada registration 31315
      Footer: MG/EN/PD/LR/CA/AR/ Label En April 14 B

    • How to Order - Order Form Package
      Title: How to Order and PO Package
      Footer: MG/PD/How to Order/How to Order and PO Package - N

    • Cost of Treatment - MiteGone® Pads & Acid
      Title: Cost of Treatment MG
      Footer: MG/PD/Prices/Cost of Treatment MiteGone® - Jan 2015 K-1

      Cost in US dollars for a year of treatment in the USA. Formula for figuring the yearly cost everywhere. All benefits of treatment.

    • Canadian Prices
      Title: Canada Pricing and Associate Program
      Footer: MG/PD/Prices/Canada Pricing and Associate Program - AB-1

    • USA Prices
      Title: USA Pricing and Associate Program
      Footer: MG/PD/Prices & Policies/USA Pricing and Associate Program - AC-1

    • European Union Prices
      Title: European Pricing
      Footer: MG/PD/Prices & Policies/European Pricing - S-1

    • International Prices and Policies
      Title: International Pricing
      Footer: MG/PD/Prices & Policies/International Pricing - M-1

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    HOW TO ORDER & PURCHASE ORDER PACKAGE

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    DISTRIBUTION LICENSING
    Note: No printable literature exists. Print web pages if desired

    SEMINARS – ORGANIZATION - REFERENCES ON IN PERSON: FOUR HOUR COURSES ON USING FORMIC ACID

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    SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE, PATENTS, CREDIBLE USE HISTORY AND TEST DATA

    PATENTS Canada USA:

    CREDIBLE USE HISTORY: These are under oath statements provided by qualified people to PMRA as a support in our registration application.

    • Adi Stoer ON
      Professional qualification: Beekeeper, Licensed Instructor Beekeeping Workshops. Contact information: Ph- 1-705-487-2758 E mail: asales@tannenhoffarms.ca
      FOOTER: VALIDATION Benefit info AS Feb 13 A

    • Reg Kienast BC.
      Professional qualification: Bee Inspector
      Contact information: Ph- 1-250 546-6149 E mail: dianne.reg@gmail.com
      FOOTER: Validation benefit information RK Jan 13 A pdf

    • James R. Peirce ON.
      Professional qualification: Beekeeper for 30+ years. Bsc. In Chemistry. Organic Farmer
      Contact information:sunriseresources@sympatico.ca 705-324-8633
      FOOTER: Validation and use history JP PDF

    • Lance Cuthill BC.
      Professional qualification: Bee Inspector – BC Ministry of Agriculture
      Contact information: Ph: 250 426 6049
      FOOTER: Validation benefit information LC_ Ruzicka pdf

    • Hans Martin ON.
      Professional qualification: PhD in physics
      Contact information: 11 Manitou Drive, King City Ontario, L7B1 E7
      FOOTER: MiteGone® use history validation HM pdf.

    • R W (Bob) Chisholm BC.
      Professional qualification: Commercial Apiarist; Graduate Bee master; Owner of Kaye’s Bees Apiary.
      Contact information: 331 Valley Road, Kelowna, BC V1V 2E5; bobnkaye@shaw.ca
      FOOTER: VALIDATION Benefit information and use history BCH pdf..

    MiteGone® RESEARCH Conducted in Canada, USA, Spain, Canary Islands and Czech Republic in order of importance and year done.

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    SUPPORTING RESEARCH: These are research articles used in our research as guidance or supporting the MiteGone® Principle and method.

    • HUMAN EXPOSURE TO FORMIC ACID FROM APPLICATIONS FOR THE CONTROL OF HONEY BEE TRACHEAL MITES
      Kerry J. Clark B.C. Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food May, 1992
      This paper supports our recommendation that respirators are not required or optional for beekeepers when installing the prefilled pads into hives and consequent visits by beekeepers or inspectors. In the paper, 30 ml. = 30 grams were applied in liquid to the top of the hive by pouring it on paper towels. MiteGone pads are encased in a plastic skin and evaporate 6 grams in 24 hours in continuous flow, or virtually Zero in the minute it takes to take them out of kit and put on the hive. The acid, at less than one gram on the outside of the plastic wrap, evaporates instantly and that all happens below the installer’s waste line 24 “below their air intake.

    • VARROA CONTROL PRESIDING HONEY FLOW;
      THYMOL AND FORMIC ACID RESIDUES.

      PROC. NETH. ENTOMOL. SOC. MEET. - VOLUME 17 - 2006 141
      Jeroen Donders, Bram Cornelissen & Tjeerd Blacquière
      Applied Plant Research (PPO), Bee Unit, PO Box 69, 6700 AB Wageningen, TheNetherlands, E-mail: jeroen.donders@wur.nl
      This paper is using NASSENHEIDER formic acid evaporator predecessor of MiteGone® using same low dose continuous release method with slightly larger evaporation rate. Regardless slight increase of formic acid residues in ppm in treatment hives, no level of acid in any sample reached the taste level limit, proving that contamination of honey with MiteGone® method is unlikely.

    • VAROA MITE REPRODUCTIONS GUIDELINE
      Courtesy of Jeff Harris & Robert Danka USDA Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics and Physiology Lab
      1157 Ben Hur Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70892
      In our research and testing, we found out that mites surviving the treatment are in 80% infertile andwill not reproduce. This paper provides a layman's explanation of rules used in our research.

    • SURVIVAL OF HONEY BEES DURING WINTER IN COLONIES INFESTED BY VARROA DESTRUCTOR
      Lonne Gerritsen, Applied Plant Research, Netherlands Supports our method in timing of treatment:
      “To ensure winter bees Varroa has to be controlled before winter bees are produced.”

    • EFFECT OF CONCENTRATION AND EXPOSURE TIME ON TREATMENT EFFICACY AGAINST VARROA MITES DURING INDOOR WINTER FUMIGATION OF HONEY BEES WITH FORMIC ACID.
      Robyn M. Underwood and Robert W. Currie
      This paper proves that slow/low dose prolonged treatments with formic acid will provide sufficient control of Varroa without negative effects.

    • SYNTHETIC MITICIDES CONTAMINATION and RESISTENCE
      Courtesy of : Randy Oliver ScientificBeekeeping.com
      The best summary of issues, impacts and resistance created not only by synthetic pesticides but also by the methods of application.
      Original publication in ABJ Sept. o9.

    VERIFICATION TESTING Charts and Evaluations: What they Tell You. These charts provided the data and information to eliminate all problems, simplify instructions, come up with product which works under all condition every where.

    • HOW WE GOT TO ZERO MITES August 2006 to April 2010
      Title: HOW WE GOT TO ZERO MITES AUGUST 2006 TO APRIL 2010
      Footer:MG Empire/Public Documents/Scientific Evidence/HOW WE GOT TO ZERO MITES Jan.2015 D-1 doc.pdf

      Abstract: Series of these tests and treatments proved that two treatments with 65% FORMIC ACID and MiteGone® METHOD can virtually eliminate VAROA mite
      From 500 hives Pollination and bee breeding operation.

    • Test Evaluation April 2006 B
      Title: Test Evaluation April 2006
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Test Evaluation April 2006 - B

    • Test Evaluation September 2005 C
      Title: Test Evaluation September 2005
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Test Evaluation September 2005 - C

    • Test Evaluation April 2005 D (2 pages)
      Title: Test Evaluation April 2005
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Test Evaluation April 2005 - D

    • Test Evaluation September 2004 Q
      Title: Test Evaluation September 2004
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Test Evaluation September 2004 - Q

    • Test Evaluation April 2004 I5 (3 pages)
      Title: Test Evaluation April 2004
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Test Evaluation April 2004 - I5

    • Test Evaluation September 2003 I5 (3 pages)
      Title: Test Evaluation September 2003
      Footer: MG/PD/Scientific Evidence/Test Evaluation September 2003 - I5

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    Alphabetical listing of subjects and documents

    A

    10 Years Shelf Life Test
    Acid Injuries and Untrue Rumors
    Acid Specification
    Adi Stoer ON
    Advantages of MiteGone® Acid Treatments Poster
    Advantages of MiteGone®
    Agenda - Speaker - Dates & Locations 2005 & 2006

    B

    Bill Ruzicka & MiteGone
    British Columbia Certificate of Exemption as a Farmer to SST
    Brochure: Simple How to Use MiteGone® for General Show Distribution Only

    C

    CANADA PATENT CA-2323263
    Canada registration press release
    Canadian Prices
    COMMERCIAL & SIDELINER KITS
    Cost of Treatment - MiteGone® Pads & Acid

    D

    Disadvantages and Overdose Symptoms Poster
    Disadvantages Being Claimed about Acid Treatments
    Drop or Sticky Board Methods and Equipment

    E

    EFFECT OF CONCENTRATION AND EXPOSURE TIME ON TREATMENT EFFICACY AGAINST VARROA MITES DURING INDOOR WINTER FUMIGATION OF HONEY BEES WITH FORMIC ACID.
    European Union Prices
    EVALUATION OF SELECTED BIOPESTICIDES FOR THE LATE FALL CONTROL OF VARROA MITES IN A NORTHERN TEMPERATE CLIMATE. ABJ, June 2004, page 475. Volume 144. NO 6.

    F

    Formic Acid application Methods Poster
    FORMIC ACID EVAPORATION PADS(MITEGONE) AS A Varroa MITE CONTROL TOOL: 2004 Formic Acid Preliminary Report.
    Formic Acid Use Handbook
    Full page color ad 600DPI, 300DPI

    G

    Government Data Sheet

    H


    Handbook and Manual of Treatments
    Hans Martin ON.
    History of pesticides and treatments
    Hive and Equipment
    Hobby kit
    HOW TO DO TELE VIDEO SEMINARS
    How to Order - Order Form Package
    How to Thin Acid and Thinning Formulas
    How to winter 72 – 8 frames colonies
    How We Got to Zero Mites
    HUMAN EXPOSURE TO FORMIC ACID FROM APPLICATIONS FOR THE CONTROL OF HONEY BEE TRACHEAL MITES

    I


    Introduction, winter preparation and packing
    Instructions for Almond Pollinators
    Instructions for Temperate Climates Instructions for Tropical or Sub-Tropical Climates
    International Prices and Policies
    Invention Series Part 1 - Zip File - H1
    Invention Series Part 2 - Zip File - F

    J

    James R. Peirce ON.

    L

    Lance Cuthill BC.

    M

    Methods of Testing for Varroa Mite Infestation, Resistance & Efficacy
    MiteGone® AS SMALLHIVE BEETLE REPELLENT and EFECTIVE VARROA TREATMENT IN SUBTROPICAL CLIMATE
    MiteGone® Pad Prep Station Poster

    O

    Old beeman series Part I
    Old beeman series Part II
    Order Form

    P

    PRUEBA DE CAMPO DE CONTROL DE LA VARROASIS (VARROA DESTRUCTOR) DE LAS ABEJAS DE MIEL CON ACIDO FORMICO Y DISTRIBUIDOR MiteGone® TM,

    R

    R W (Bob) Chisholm BC.
    References: New Zealand - location and contacts - Seminars 2002
    References: USA - location and contacts - Seminars 2003
    Reg Kienast BC.
    REGISTRATION NO. 31315 PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS ACT
    REPORT ON MITEGONE
    Requirements, Calculations
    RESEARCH IN BRNO MiteGone® AGAINST GABON
    RESEARCH NI BRNO IMPORTANCE OF SPRING TREATMENT
    Reusable Board and Screens
    Reuse of Pads

    S

    Safe Use and Handling of Liquid Formic Acid
    SCIENTIFIC ESSAYS ABOUT MITEGONE™ METHOD(VARROA DESTRUCTOR ORGANIC TREATMENT.)
    Screened Bottoms
    Small Hive Beetle
    SURVIVAL OF HONEY BEES DURING WINTER IN COLONIES INFESTED BY VARROA DESTRUCTOR
    SYNTHETIC MITICIDES CONTAMINATION and RESISTENCE

    T

    Test Evaluation April 2004 I5 (3 pages)
    Test Evaluation April 2005 D (2 pages)
    Test Evaluation April 2006 B
    Test Evaluation August 2006 to April 2010 May 10
    Test Evaluation September 2003 I5 (3 pages)
    Test Evaluation September 2004 Q
    Test Evaluation September 2005 C
    Treatment Help and Checklist
    TREATMENT SELECTION & VARIATIONS

    U

    UNITED STATES PATENT US 6,837,770 B2
    US Prices

    V

    VAROA MITE REPRODUCTIONS GUIDELINE
    VARROA CONTROL PRESIDING HONEY FLOW; THYMOL AND FORMIC ACID RESIDUES.
    Verification Testing BLANK Chart
    Verification Testing for the Infestation of Varroa and Tracheal Mites

    W

    What Bees we Have
    When to Treat and the Cue Poster

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