What is the correct size and orientation in the cell?Andrew,
I have only grafted. My vision used to be great. About five years ago I started wearing reading glasses, now I am in bifocals. I use a magnifying glass todetermine larvae size and orientation in the cell before each graft. It doesn't seem, to me, to take that much extra time and I think it improves my take.
If you can't catch the queen this will help, does seem kind of expensive for a piece of plastic.Problem with the batch systems is one needed to be able to reliably locate the Queen and handle her without causing harm or loosing her.
One of the consistent issues confounding NICOT users is transferring eggs. My success rate with eggs runs about .000000000001%The Nicot.....I just have to trust that there are eggs in it.