a) how many mites it kills
b) how easy is the application
c) possible use while in the wintering shed
d) registration / lack thereof ?
I'm guessing that it's easy to figure out your priorities on the first 3, but, where would you place the 4th in your list of priorities ?
Well, I'll tell you this, I dont plan on making a trip to get some,
when it is registered in Canada Ill be the first in line to get some.
if thats what you mean
At our up coming beekeepers association meeting they have booked a speaker from Health Canada talking on illegal product imports and repercussions. Should be interesting
I have heard that the strips kill brood if placed as directed, but don't when laid across the top bars. Thats, all I've heard, and i've never used them.
interesting the strips look like some of the delivery methods used for amitraz?
if it works right,.?
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