Re: Dysentery? Nosema??
don't forget to read the label about when you can put your honey supers back on. When you are drenching the bees, you don't have to get them soaked, the idea is to get the correct amount of the medicine in some sugar syrup and put it in the hive and on the bees, they will clean each other off and get the medication. Not sure about down south, but in the colder area of the country it's more important in the fall going into winter. From what has been reported, once new pollen starts coming in and the weather warms nosema should not be a problem during the summer. Since you drenched twice and fed once you should be done treating for the spring. also after confinement some spotting on the hives is natural, mine got out for the first time Sat. lot of mustard colored snow, and the windows on my truck are hard to see out of
mike syracuse ny
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