Good news for allHi Mauro!
In Italy We have big problem with Varroa. We have big interest to solve it with Ozone. I have two questions for you.
Which kind of ozone generator did you used? How many ppm/h of ozone the generator produced.
Thanks in advance
Yes.Luigi, this looks very interesting. Can you give me more information on the equipment you used?
I am glad to inform you that we received international patent for this device last 3rd novembre 2015, and for processing live bees with ozone too.Hi,
We have a few companies in New Zealand specialising with ozone. We carry out alot of science projects around bacteria and fungal fumigation. There are real tricks to achieve consistant ozone levels from generators if they are not setup properly. Hunidity has a major influence. Can anyone post some information on ozone generators used. Are they airfed or oxygen, capacity, how they introduced it to the hive, concentration. How they measured the concentration as there is a lot of ozone sensors very inaccurate. I would offer some constructive thoughts and maybe we could carry out some scientific trials. [email protected]
Formic acid, oxalic acid, and thymol don't exist in nature?No more chemical in the bee hives!
When oxygen meet UV rays becomes ozone, after 2 hours ozone becomes again oxygen.
Ozone exists in nature.