GIVE YOUR BEES A FIGHTING CHANCE THROUGH THE COLD WINTER MONTHS
1 & 2 STOREY SIZES AVAILABLE
TRACHEAL MITE TREATMENT
A 65% LIQUID FORMIC ACID TREATMENT FOR TRACHEAL MITES
NATURES WAY 9.8
A 9.8% LIQUID FORMIC ACID FOOD GRADE SOLUTION FOR MINIMIZING SCOURS,
EARLIER WEANING AND LOWER MORTALITY RATE OF CALVES, LAMBS AND KIDS
What do Beekeepers say?
Get into a regular treatment program twice a year with MAQS and your bees will be as they should be, healthy and thriving.
NOD has excellent customer service. I use both the Cozies and MAQS. Keep up the good work.
We put on two pads of the Mite Away Quick Strips twice a year in North Dakota, first of may, they all get fed, fat healthy bees handle treatment much better.
If I follow the directions on the container, it works really well. Our pallets have a small 4” entrance, only 5/8” high; we need more air volume in there, so we offset the second box by 1/2”. That works wonderful.
If I can get away with using a treatment that costs me less than 12% a year, with the good that Formic Acid does for us, I say that is excellent!
After we started using your product (Mite Away Quick Strips) our mite counts have gone clear down. We’ve used Apivar for a number of years and they just never seamed to get the mites down, and even when it did, they would spring back up and take advantage of the hive. Last fall we used Apiguard, but it was too much to handle (PPE). Mite Away was applied this spring and it worked! We love the product now. Wished we had used your products before our 600 colony operation crashed. We would be still trucking today.
Formic Pro™ Efficacy Trial In the fall of 2017, the efficacy of Formic Pro™ to reduce infestations of varroa mite (Varroa destructor Anderson and Trueman) in colonies of honey bees (Apis mellifera L.) was tested. A total of 36 colonies were divided into three treatment groups. One treatment group (n = 12) received five separate doses of liquid formic acid at a concentration of 65% across a twenty day period, while the other two treatment groups were treated with strips of Formic Pro™ either with two strips for 14 days (n = 12) or two consecutive rounds of a single strip, each for 10 days (n= 12). The 65% liquid formic acid was used as a standard to compare the efficacy of Formic Pro¡ pads. All three treatments reduced mite infestations, but the Formic Pro™ treatments resulted in the greatest mite mortality during the treatment period. Mean mite drop in both Formic Pro™ treatment groups was significantly greater than the liquid formic treatment in the first post-formic “clean up” monitoring period (D+27 – D+33). Based on this trial, #FormicPro™ appears to be an effective tool for the control of varroa mite in Nova Scotia.
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