It unfortunately looks as if both my hives have a case of Nosema, I'm seeing a good deal of spotting near the entrance, on the hive, and some inside on one. However, spotting is the only symptom I see, no aimless movement, dragging, etc. At first I thought it may have even been splattered mud, but now I'm rather confident it is in fact Nosema. Sadly I don't have access to a microscope to verify this. My question is what should I do about this? I'd imagine Fumagilin-B would be the common route, how much is sufficient to treat two hives? Obviously I have to remove my super from my lang, but what should be done about my top bar hive?
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