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    Re: Stratiolaelaps - A bug to Fight Varroa?

    I think this has been tried in US, probably find thread about that somewhere on this forum.
    I am in UK. The Buckfast Abbey beekeeper in Devon is using these mites in a trial which I think is in its...
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    Re: cold package install

    Cellotex 50 mm insulation [a type of polystyrene] is useful to fill spaces in a hive. We cut it to required size and seal cut ends with duct tape to prevent bees from burrowing into it. Blocks cut...
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    Re: Stratiolaelaps - A bug to Fight Varroa?

    Follow up to my previous post, unfortunately no one in our group has taken up the S's. I think the main reason being that we were required to order by mid March. The problem being at this time we...
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    Re: Stratiolaelaps - A bug to Fight Varroa?

    Re Stratiolaelaps

    Hi everyone
    I am new here and from the SW corner of UK. [Cornwall]
    Stratiolaelaps mites have just become a talking point on the BBKA Forum.
    At our local BK Club AGM we had a...
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