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Hive Inspection and (Possible) Mite Treatment

  • Sep 26, 2009 · 1:00 PM
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Yikes! I think I've got varroa mites. If so, we may have to treat for them (oxalic acid). Also a general inspection and hoping for more honey for a Fall harvest. New members especially welcome! Wear long pants and socks to tuck your pants into. Nothing worse than a bee in your pants! Also: ladies, bees tend to fly into long hair and get stuck, so take measures if necessary. These are just precautions. You're not likely to make contact with the bees. John

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  • Jessica

    Hi John,

    Sorry I couldn't come to the hive inspection/mite treatment.

    Would you be able to post a brief recap of what you did and what you found when you did the inspection?

    That would be very helpful, I think.

    I hope it went well and you had some extra hands to help you.

    Best wishes,

    Jessica

    September 26, 2009

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