Is xentari FDA approved for use in a beehive in any State? Just curious.
If we all need to stay away from "non-approved" products, then this is an important question.
Out of the commonly used mite chemicals in this business, how many are actually FDA approved for application in beehives? (i.e. apistan, sucrocide, thymol, terramycin, coumaphos, oxalic acid, etc...)
(I know the answer)
Just to clarify, I only use PDB in equipment that is not being used by my bees infected with wax moths, and only for a short duration, until the wax moths are dead. This equipment is then allowed to vent for a period, before putting it back in use.
I have my opinions as to my choice of chemicals I use. I'm growing bees, not honey right now. As long as I don't eat my bees, I think I'll be alright.
Alcoholic beverages, bath soap, toothpaste, shampoo and deodorant contain carcinogens, but I also use these products.