I had a thought cross my mind when reading some treatment posts like mite Away quick strips. There seems to be a ambient temperature above which not to use it.
At what temp is the hive maintained inside when outdoor temps are up?
When these temps are exceeded,do the brood suffer and does brood rearing stop at too high of temps?
At what temp does it become too hot for brood survival?
Are any of these temps too high for mite reproduction?
I guess what I'm asking is,just because it is 93 outside,does that correlate to being too hot in the hive for mite away strips,or do they become ineffective at this temp?