SuperDFM Ė HoneyBee contains a combination of LABís as well as beneficial
Bacillus spp., and yeast used to diminish disease in bees and brood.
Feed both Spring and Fall for Healthier Hives - 10 grams (one table spoon) per hive.
Establish Beneficial Microflora
✔ Helps Increase Bee Colony Health
✔ May help inhibit chalkbrood (Ascophera apis)
✔ Microflora have a positive effect on Vitellogenin (fat body) formation
(The health of honey bee colony is dependent upon
vitellogenin reserves of the nurse bees)
✔ Yeasts help synthesize B-vitamins needed for bee health
✔ Quick and easy to use
✔ Sold in heat sealed and moisture proof pack
Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB)
LABís ferment sugars to lactic acid, aid in honey production, fight pathogens by
lactic acid production, restore necessary microflora after antibiotic treatment
and maintain healthy immunity; aid in vitellogenin formation
Amylase breaks down starches to glucose; Protease breaks down protein peptide bonds to
free up amino acids; Beta glucanase breaks down glucans (parts of cell wall) to usable sugars; Cellulase breaks down cellulose to usable sugars
Increase fiber digestion, reduce oxygen and provide necessary growth factors to
LABís; synthesize B-vitamins to aid bees health; mannan oligosaccharide prevents
pathogen adhesion to intestinal wall
Spore Forming Bacilli
Consume oxygen and create a positive environment for LABís, fight pathogenic
yeasts and molds, and reduce effects of stress caused by heat or cold"
Is boosting the Micro Flora in a honeybee hive as simple as dusting over the top frames? We inoculate our silage pile simply by incorporating the bacteria in while we harvest which helps convert the pile quicker and uniformly.