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  1. Nozevit+ With Nosema challenging our bee health nationwide, bees need all the natural help we can provide. Nozevit+ is an easy and natural way of improving bee health, it assists in combatting Nosemosis using only natural herbal ingredients from plant polyphenols, vitamins, essential oils and citric acid. How to use: In sugar syrup add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup. Pollen patty - add 1 ml of Nozevit+ per 500g patty. By spraying: add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup and spray the bees in the hives with it. Regardless of the way this is used it is recommended to treat twice in spring 10 days apart and twice at the beginning of autumn. 1000ml of Nozevit+ will treat 250 hives. Price is for 1 x 1000ml bottle. Other sizes available.
  2. Greetings everyone, I'm looking to buy a Lega Oxalic Acid (OA) vaporiser/heat gun to do my varoa treatment for this winter. I'm not anti-strip/chemical treatment but simple exploring the alternatives. I wonder if any one has some experience with Lega vaporiser. The cost for Lega vaporiser is around $800 from Ecrotek plus you need to buy a portable generator. I also heard that the Lega gun doesn't work with the generator less than 15kw? I probably will need to spend another $1500 for a generator. I wonder if anyone has some experiences of Lega vaporiser and is able to share some tips? The alternative is using an insect fogger mixing OA with alcohol. I found this Youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3pLEfwICIw The cost for the fogger is around $180 if you buy from ubuy.co.nz. The shipping accounts almost half of the price. I'm not sure whether this has been proven effective. If it works, it's a lot cheaper than a Lega gun plus a generator combination. Cheers
  3. View Offer Nozevit+ Nozevit+ With Nosema challenging our bee health nationwide, bees need all the natural help we can provide. Nozevit+ is an easy and natural way of improving bee health, it assists in combatting Nosemosis using only natural herbal ingredients from plant polyphenols, vitamins, essential oils and citric acid. How to use: In sugar syrup add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup. Pollen patty - add 1 ml of Nozevit+ per 500g patty. By spraying: add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup and spray the bees in the hives with it. Regardless of the way this is used it is recommended to treat twice in spring 10 days apart and twice at the beginning of autumn. 1000ml of Nozevit+ will treat 250 hives. Price is for 1 x 1000ml bottle. Other sizes available. Price $251.25 Submitter beemac Submitted 05/05/18 Category Commercial Produce For Sale
  4. View Offer Nozevit+ Nozevit+ With Nosema challenging our bee health nationwide, bees need all the natural help we can provide. Nozevit+ is an easy and natural way of improving bee health, it assists in combatting Nosemosis using only natural herbal ingredients from plant polyphenols, vitamins, essential oils and citric acid. How to use: In sugar syrup add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup. Pollen patty - add 1 ml of Nozevit+ per 500g patty. By spraying: add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup and spray the bees in the hives with it. Regardless of the way this is used it is recommended to treat twice in spring 10 days apart and twice at the beginning of autumn. 1000ml of Nozevit+ will treat 250 hives. Price is for 1 x 1000ml bottle. Other sizes available. Price $251.25 Submitter beemac Submitted 06/05/18 Category Commercial Produce For Sale
  5. Nozevit+ With Nosema challenging our bee health nationwide, bees need all the natural help we can provide. Nozevit+ is an easy and natural way of improving bee health, it assists in combatting Nosemosis using only natural herbal ingredients from plant polyphenols, vitamins, essential oils and citric acid. How to use: In sugar syrup add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup. Pollen patty - add 1 ml of Nozevit+ per 500g patty. By spraying: add 1 ml of Nozevit+ to 200ml of sugar syrup and spray the bees in the hives with it. Regardless of the way this is used it is recommended to treat twice in spring 10 days apart and twice at the beginning of autumn. 1000ml of Nozevit+ will treat 250 hives. Price is for 1 x 1000ml bottle. Other sizes available.
  6. Greetings everyone, I'm looking to buy a Lega Oxalic Acid (OA) vaporiser/heat gun to do my varoa treatment for this winter. I'm not anti-strip/chemical treatment but simple exploring the alternatives. I wonder if any one has some experience with Lega vaporiser. The cost for Lega vaporiser is around $800 from Ecrotek plus you need to buy a portable generator. I also heard that the Lega gun doesn't work with the generator less than 15kw? I probably will need to spend another $1500 for a generator. I wonder if anyone has some experiences of Lega vaporiser and is able to share some tips? The alternative is using an insect fogger mixing OA with alcohol. I found this Youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3pLEfwICIw The cost for the fogger is around $180 if you buy from ubuy.co.nz. The shipping accounts almost half of the price. I'm not sure whether this has been proven effective. If it works, it's a lot cheaper than a Lega gun plus a generator combination. Cheers
  7. Hi all. I have a single brood box langstroth hive with plenty of bees and about a frame of brood. It has had varroa treatment (apistan strips x2 correctly positioned in the brood box) it's been in for five of the six weeks. There is evidence of deformed wing virus (12 bees) and looking harder with my reading glasses on, I could see varroa mites on some of the bees. As an emergency measure I replaced the strips with fresh ones from my beebox for the final week of treatment but it looks like this may be grasping at straws. Does anybody have experience of this situation and have any suggestions?
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