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Author Topic: News from the Arkansas State Honey Bee Inspector.  (Read 695 times)
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« on: September 26, 2013, 12:49:27 PM »

I talked with the State Bee Inspector yesterday and told him I was treating with Formic Acid and would like to set up an inspection in early March of 2014
He told me he has seen a lot of hives failing this year due to non-treatment of the varroa mites.
Here is a picture of a hive the day after treatment of Formic Acid.


In March I usually have a large population of bees to start the season.
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