I am about to treat my hive with apilife Var for the first time. This is my first year in beekeeping. I performed the drop test for 72 hours and found several hundred mites on the board. I have 4 hives 3 of which has a screened bottom board. I did the sugar shake test on the hive with the solid bottom board and come up with 12 mites in about a 300 bee sampling. I assume this would indicate the need for treatment according to what I have read. I have one hive that only had 30 mites over a 72 hour period. I do not intend on treating that hive. My hives are 2 deeps with no supers on them. Hives are a little lite so I am feeding them now with top feeders. The highs in georgia are still in the upper 70s to low 80s. Should I place the treatment according to the directions on top of the top deep or should I put the treatment between the two deeps? I would rather simply place the treatment on top of the frames on the top deep only if it is feasible. Also, can I continue to feed with the top feeders during the treatment? I have read that some do not recommend feeding while treating. Thanks in advance!