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Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board
Varroa Mite Board

Varroa Mite Board

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  • VERSATILE VARROA BOARD: Varroa mite boards are also called IPM boards, sticky boards, or slide-in trays, but they can benefit beekeepers and make monitoring for varroa easier. Their job is straightforward: slide into the back of the hive underneath the screen on a screened bottom board.
  • DIMENSIONS: 10 Frame boards measure 20.125" x 12.125" x 2mm / 8 Frame boards measure 20.125" x 12.125 x 2mm 
  • INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM): These boards do not keep pest numbers down on their own but are used to measure the number of varroa mites in a colony of bees. A natural amount of varroa mites fall off the bees, and if this board is placed under the screened bottom board for 24 hours, the mites that fall onto the board can be counted and used to make a varroa control decision.
  • EASY TO SEE DESIGN: The checkerboard design is colored to contrast when the brownish-red color of the varroa mite, making it easier to count the varroa mites. The numbered grid helps beekeepers stay organized as they count mites on the board.
  • WINTER: The board can also be slide into the back of the bottom board to reduce drafts during the winter, assisting your bees in controlling the temperature of their cluster during the winter.
  • USED FOR VARROA TREATMENTS: Some treatments like oxalic acid sublimation, apiguard, formic acid, and others work better when the screened bottom board is closed. Some of the vapors can degrade the quality of the board, so we recommend sliding the board in with the colored side down when using with varroa treatments.

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