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Author Topic: Research on Formic Acid and repelling the Small Hive Beetle  (Read 1587 times)
Cindi
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« on: March 18, 2008, 09:33:16 AM »

I receive an updated manual for the "Use of Formic Acid".  Bill Ruzika (the owner and developer of the Mite-Gone Formic Acid pads that lives in my province) and some colleagues have been performing testing on use of formic acid and the SHB.

If you are interested, I have linked a site here to the new handbook.  The discussion on Small Hive Beetle is on Page 31, read that part if anything, it is interesting. An easy way to get to the part about the SHB is to type that in the search in the document and it takes you right there.  Have a beautiful and wonderful day, love our life we live.  Cindi

http://www.mitegone.com/pdfpages/Handbook%20Manual%20Feb%2008%20T1.pdf
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