Menna cage excluder Complementary fight against varroa

Menna cage excluder

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Fewer breeding cycles in winter help reduce varroa development. In addition, we will be able to verify in an accurate way how effective the treatment has been. It fits with the Langstroth and Dadant beehives. Its use is very simple, just open the side cover and introduce the queen. It has three openings that facilitate the exit of the queen when the beekeeper decides to release her to resume laying. It is recommended to leave the frame in the center of the hive, never at the ends. It is also useful for breeding queens, to cage the queen and leave her orphaned to the colony.

ABOUT QUEEN CAGING METHOD

Queen caging is an Italian practice that is beginning to be practiced in France and Germany as well. It consists of caging the queen for 25 days to stop the egg-laying process, so that a treatment can be applied during the absence of Varroa in the brood. This method can result in an increased efficacy, but requires increased labor, and good weather and flowering conditions during the release of the queens.

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