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asheshouse 

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I am new to beekeeping. I have dusted my bees with icing sugar but am still counting 9/10 mites on the inspection board.
I have some apilife var strips but am worried about using as some of the things I have been reading suggest it makes the bees a bit aggressive and also disturbing to the queen.
Has anybody in the north of England used this product? I would be grateful for advice. Sorry if this is a perennial question posted on here.
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RoofTops 

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Don't be worried. Any chances of harm to the bees or queen is negligible compared to the damage the varroa will be doing to your bees. Zap 'em now would be my advice.
 

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Asheshouse

I have used it. Based in Stoke on Trent - Northernmost Midlands#. No ill effects seen...

# So I suppose we are Northerners... not Southerners anyway..:--)
 

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