When I first started seriously thinking about keeping bees, I bought a Burgess Fogger to treat Varroa Mites. Needless to say, that was well over a year and a half ago - and now, no thank you - I'm not going there.
This leaves to a challenge of how to treat in an affordable LIGHT WEIGHT (no tugging around a battery) EFFECTIVE way. I have a ProVap110 Oxalic Acid Vaporizer in my shopping cart - but I REALLY don't want to spend this kind of money. Yowch. Especially after spending $500 bucks per hive. (Brain burn ouch.) I know there is another alternative out there - suggested to me a while ago, but I can't for the life of me remember what it is and who makes it, but it's the reasonable version for a nonprofessional (like me) of the ProVap110.
Does anyone know what I'm talking about:? If you could just tell me what it's called, I'll go from there.
Trying to get my equipment in order.