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BeeVital HiveClean

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BeeVital HiveClean

  1. 27. BeeVital HiveClean
  2. 28. Food & Beverage Handels GesmbH Austria
  3. 33. <ul><li>Composition </li></ul><ul><li>  </li></ul><ul><li>-extract of propolis </li></ul><ul><li>-etheric oils </li></ul><ul><li>oxalic, citric and formic acids </li></ul><ul><li>stabilized in sweet water. </li></ul>Ecological pest control product
  4. 36. Mechanism of action  
  5. 41. All Substances in the composition of BeeVital HiveClean - used in fighting varroosis, but with lower efficiency. SYNERGY
  6. 54. The screened bottom board
  7. 70. BeeVital HiveClean 5 STARS product
  8. 71. By composition, BeeVital HiveClean is an ecological pest control product. ECOLOGICAL
  9. 72. The treatment may be applied even in the winter cluster, one single application is sufficient at this time. USABALE IN ANY SEASON
  10. 73. Just comply with the instructions of the manufacturer! EASY APPLICATION
  11. 74. BeeVital HiveClean does not cause resistance of acarians to the treatment . Accidental overdosing creates no problems in the bee colony. NO MITES RESISTENCE
  12. 75. Efficiency close to 100% EFFICIENT
  13. 76. When to use BeeVital HiveClean   Main treatments -end of summer-beginning of autumn -in winter during the broodless period
  14. 79. When to use BeeVital HiveClean   Intervention (secondary) treatments February-April May-June or July-August only if needed
  15. 80. When to use BeeVital HiveClean   Control treatments (diagnostic) in case of involution of the bee colony
  16. 86. How to use BeeVital HiveClean   *35-37 degrees Celsius *shake well before application. *dribble approximately 15ml directly onto the bees *time of the day: late afternoon
  17. 87. How to use BeeVital HiveClean   One application is efficient until day 8, but acarian falls may continue for several days, depending on the degree of infestation.
  18. 89. How to use BeeVital HiveClean Efficiency  1 st application Day 8 2 nd application Day 16 3 rd application Day 21 Varroa sheet check If needed more applications
  19. 91. THE BEE COLONY Bee colony evolution and involution   In order to keep and use the bees according to their natural growth, the main preoccupation of the beekeeper is to maintain the biological balance (homeostasis) of the bee colony.
  20. 92. THE BEE COLONY Bee colony evolution and involution   January the queen starts laying eggs June climax of bee colony End of October the queen stops laying eggs November the last eclosion
  21. 94. BEE DANCE ASKING FOR GROOMING GROOMING ACTIONS OF THE OTHER BEES
  22. 95.   One must treat the colony as a whole, not the individual
  23. 108. BIOLOGY AND BEHAVOIUR OF VARROA SP. ACARIAN During the active period, the fecundated females are found on bees or in sealed cells, with brood.
  24. 112. BIOLOGY AND BEHAVOIUR OF VARROA SP. ACARIAN At the end of the first pair of legs there are olfactory and gustative sensiles and mobile pedipalps with a tactile role.
  25. 113. BIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR OF VARROA SP. ACARIAN The first pair of legs has a small sensory cavity, with chemoreceptor sensiles which act as olfactory organs.
  26. 114. 3-7 reproductive cycles of a Varroa female/year The lifecycle of the female *2-3 months in summer *6-8 months in winter. The maximum number of parasites - at the end of the active season, when the first signs of disease appear.
  27. 115. The critical level of infestation of the worker bee brood is 10% of the cells Colonies not treated in autumn may reach level of infestation of the worker bee brood up to 50% - in every worker bee cell several adult females.
  28. 116. Average infestation of the worker bee brood cells of 10% average infestation of the drone brood cells of 40%
  29. 117. Varroa female can survive at a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and a relative humidity of 50%, without food, for 3-5 days.
  30. 119. Varroa acts on adult bees, larvae and pupae by: -weight loss -morphological deformity -reduction of the secretion of hypo-pharyngeal glands – reduced protein level of the hemolymph; -contamination with viral particles or other infectious germs -reduced wax secretion and lifecycle
  31. 120. Varroa acts at the level of the entire bee colony by: -depopulation -abnormal brood -attack of opportunistic germs.
  32. 121. Population unbalance of the bee colony The weakening of the bee colony occurs because of the reduced viability of descendants, which are not capable of ensuring the normal activity of the colony.
  33. 126. DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURES AND METHODS OF FIGHTING Apiary examinations
  34. 131. Observations on the screened bottom board The screened bottom board collects the acarians fallen off the bees, retains insect larvae (moths) and all the residues removed or fallen from the hive.
  35. 133. WARNING! During the winter, when one notices on the bottom board more than one acarian in every two days, the bee colony may perish until the end of the season and in this case a treatment in the wintering cluster with a substance which is adequate to that moment is required.
  36. 134. By using BeeVital HiveClean such control treatments may be applied in any period of the year, even in the wintering cluster. Control treatments with acaricides Diagnosis of the intensity (amplitude) of the Varroa infestation of the bee colonies by the method of control treatments with any acaricide having an efficiency of over 90%. The control treatment must be applied to at least 5% of the hives.
  37. 135. Observations on the sealed brood By uncapping drone brood, one determines the infestation percentage examining 100 cells and counting the number of infested ones
  38. 137. Control on live bees -performed early in the morning, when foraging bees have not left yet. -bees harvested by a portable aspirator or by shaking them into a paper bag. -the sample must contain at least 200 bees.
  39. 138. Clinical examinations -sugar dusting -washing in alcohol -washing with 0.1% detergent -examining the detritus.
  40. 139. CONCLUSIONS
  41. 143. CONCLUSIONS How to choose the medication? One cannot randomly use any registered medicine, imposed or analyzed only by the price view point.
  42. 144. CONCLUSIONS The medicine used in fighting Varroa must be highly efficient and maintain its effect for a long period after administration, as during the active season only 15% of acarians are to be found on bees, and the remaining 85% or even more are in the brood cells
  43. 145. CONCLUSIONS The medicine must not influence the health of bees
  44. 147. CONCLUSIONS The application techniques must be easy and must not create either adverse reactions in the bee population or dysfunctions for the operator.
  45. 148. CONCLUSIONS The application period must not be influenced by the yearly period of activity or rest of the bee colony, and the treatment must be available at all times.
  46. 149. CONCLUSIONS The medicine must not contaminate the products of the hive
  47. 150. CONCLUSIONS The medicine must not induce resistance to acarians
  48. 151. For all these reasons we recommend BeeVital HiveClean as a reliable anti Varroa treatment

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