I'm invisioning a honeybee sized cattle shoot and trough to drench the bees. What a mental image.
Are tracheal mites a problem where you live? Have you had your bees tested by the Beltsville Bee Lab to determine if you have tracheal mites in your bees? If you don't, such a drentch is a waste of time, effort and money.
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