Checkmite ™ Strips 10x10 Strips Pack = 100 Honey Bee Varroa Jacobsoni Treatment. by Bayer.
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We have Checkmite before market delivery. We ship worldwide now.
Made by Bayer old by Bee Expert we export. As a long time Bee expert since 1981.
Official date of distribution will be May 2017 But as bee experts we have now.
Active agent in Checkmite is Komafoz not toxic to humans and bees as Amitraza from apivar.
I know. I do work on Varroa since 1981
I am the Bee Expert
with 5 Y study. We ship worldwide from USA
medications for Varroa to cure
Honey Bee. From North America's most
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I did study Bees for 5 years.
Please watch this long film on You Tube how to do the Checkmite alkochol extract with warm water and use 2 strips for 100 bee hives.
Start about Varoa aprox min. 25 see film
Klania sie Absolwent Technikum Pszczelarskiego w Psczelej Woli rok 1986 How to cure Varoa Jacobsoni 2 hours film
using Checkmite extract 2 strips for 100 beehives
To moze pan zamowic 100
paskow Checkmite od nas
Pasieka i komentarz Zdzisław Zieniewicz (właściciel
pasieki, z wykształcenia chemik) 2 paski
Chemite starchaja na 10 Uli prosze ogladac film prawie 2 godziny
Varroa mites were first reported in Kentucky in the Bluegrass region of the Commonwealth in 1991. They have spread to and become a major pest of honey bees in many states since their introduction into Florida in the mid 1980's.
Varroa mites are external honeybee parasites that attack both the adults and the brood, with a distinct preference for drone brood. They suck the blood from both the adults and the developing brood, weakening and shortening the life span of the ones on which they feed. Emerging brood may be deformed with missing legs or wings. Untreated infestations of varroa mites that are allowed to increase will kill honeybee colonies. Losses due to these parasitic mites are often confused with causes such as winter mortality and queenlessness if the colonies are not examined for mites.
The adult female mites are reddish-brown in color, flattened, oval, and measure about 1 to 1.5 mm across. They have eight legs. They are large enough to be seen with the unaided eye on the thorax, most commonly, and on the bee's abdomen. Their flattened shape allows them to hide between the bee's abdominal segments. This mite is often confused with the bee louse, but the bee louse has only six legs, is more circular in shape, and is slightly larger.
Mites develop on the bee brood. A female mite will enter the brood cell about one day before capping and be sealed in with the larva. Eggs are laid and mite feed and develop on the maturing bee larva. By the time the adult bee emerges from the cell, several of the mites will have reached adulthood, mated, and are ready to begin searching for other bees or larvae to parasitize. There is a preference for drone brood. Inspection of the drone brood in their capped cells will often indicate whether or not a colony is infested. The dark mites are easily seen on the white pupae when the comb is broken or the pupae are pulled from their cells.
Mites spread from colony to colony by drifting workers and drones within an apiary. Honey bees can also acquire these mites when robbing smaller colonies. It is best to isolate captured swarms, package bees, and other new colonies from other colonies and examine them for mites before placing them in an apiary.
Early detection of low levels of mite infestations is key to its successful management
Furthermore, CheckMite+® is an
effective treatment against the small
hive beetle (Aethina tumida).
But regardless of what medicine you use,
all of these treatments have been developed
to be completely effective using the
lowest possible amount of active ingredients.
Used properly they are almost
100% effective. Not only are they effective,
they also don’t pose any threat to
bees or the users.
The advantages are clear: your colonies
stay healthy and strong, helping them
sustain good honey production without
any dangerous residues in the honey.
V a r r oa mites can
destroy entire populations
For years now, the mite Varroa destructor
has plagued bee colonies in many parts
of the world. Indeed, infestations of
this mite have now become an epidemic
of global proportions, threatening to
destroy entire populations of honey
bees in the Western world. There are
only a few treatments available to control
The Varroa mite.
For thousands of years, Varroa mites
have been parasites on the Asian honey
bees Apis cerana, giving this species
the opportunity to learn to live with
the mites. Unfortunately, the European
honey bee (Apis mellifera) did not have any
time to adapt to this pest, which was
accidentally introduced in Europe by international
trade in 1977 and then later
in North Africa, America and New Zealand
as well. Scientists have intensively
studied this parasite. They have researched
the biology of the mites, its
potential as a vector for disease and
specific approaches to control. This, in
turn, has led to the development of
effective, safe medicines the strategic use
of which has helped to prevent even
greater damage to honey bee populations.
Development of the Varroa mite.
The development of this reddish-brown
mite is perfectly adapted to the lifecycle
of the honey bee. Female mites (foundresses)
have a flat-shaped body roughly
1.6 mm wide
and 1.1 mm
them to fit between
where they feed
on the bees’
The foundresses enter the brood cell
shortly before the cell is capped, preferring
to infest drones. This is an effective.
Thanks to CheckMite+® Varroa mite
infestations can be effectively kept
under control. Moreover, CheckMite+®
has also proven effective as a method
for controlling the small hive beetle.1
Studies show: highly effective.
Current studies1 have once again substantiated
the outstanding effect of this
treatment method: just 48 hours following
the start of the treatment, 85-90% of
adult small hive beetles and 94% of their
larvae are dead. Furthermore, this treatment
also provides excellent control of
Varroa mites, killing up to 100% of them
as attested by various studies1.
For mite infestation:
just hang them up.
Not only are CheckMite+® Strips light,
they are also easy to use. Just hang up
the 2.5 cm x 22.5 cm plastic strips between
the combs. One strip is enough for
five combs in the broodnest area. All
colonies in the vicinity should be treated
at the same time. Accordingly, use of
CheckMite+® is primarily recommended
No chance for resistance
Treatment of small hive beetle infestation with CheckMite+®
1 PJ Elzen, JR Baxter, D Westervelt, C Randall, KS Delaplane, L Cutts, WT Wilson (1999): Field control and biology studies of a new pest
species, Aethina tumida (Coleoptera, Nitidulidae), attacking European honey bees in the western hemisphere. Apidologie 30, 361-366.
halves and stick these to a piece of cardboard
(see Diagram bottom left). Place
this on the middle of the floor board and
attach it with adhesive tape so that the
bees cannot eat it or remove it. The strips
should be facing downwards. Leave this
in the hive for a minimum of 42 days and
a maximum of 45 days. The timing of the
treatment is the same: prior to initial
honey flow in the spring and following
the last honey harvest in the autumn. Do
not treat the hives more than four times
per year for beetle infestation and do not
use the strips when the bees are producing
CheckMite+®.* Antiparasitic agent for the therapy against the infestation with varroa mites for bees. Veterinary use only. For animals: bees. Composition: One strip of 13.6 g contains
1.360 g Coumaphos. Indications: CheckMite+® 10% strips for bees applied for 42 days between frames in the broodnest area are highly efficacious against Varroa destructor.
Contraindications: Do not use in queen rearing colonies. Posology and Method of Administration: For use in beehives only. Use 2 CheckMite +® 10% strips for each bee colony. Hang
the strips within two combs in the broodnest area for 42 days. Treat all infested colonies within yard. Most effective control may be achieved by treating hives in the spring before
the first honey flow or in the fall after the last honey flow. Data indicate that use during honey flow season does not cause residues in honey chamber above the MRL. Major
Incompatibilities: None known. Storage: Do not store under direct sunlight. The shelf life is 36 months. Special precautions to be taken by the person administering the product:
Avoid contact with the skin. Do not eat or drink during the application. Keep away from food, feed and drinking water. Keep out of reach of children. Wash hands after handling
the product. In case of poisoning call a doctor and make the label available to him. Antidote: When using appropriately there is no danger of intoxication. In case of poisoning
inject atropine sulphate 1% solution i.m.. Dosage (man): 0.2-0.5 ml. Repeat injection of atropine sulphate when action of atropine diminishes and the poisoning symptoms (pupil
contraction, muscle trembling, vomiting, diarroea) worsen. Packaging: 10 strips per aluminium sachet. POM. MAH: Bayer HealthCare AG,
FOR VARROA MITE TREATMENT
To control varroa mite, remove honey supers before application of
CheckMite+ Strips and DO NOT REPLACE UNTIL 14 DAYS AFTER THE STRIPS ARE
REMOVED. Use one strip for each five combs of bees in each brood chamber
(Langstroth deep frames or equivalent in other sizes). Hang the strips
in separate spaces between the combs as near the center of the bee/brood
cluster as possible. If two deep brood chambers are used for the brood
nest, hang the CheckMite+ Strips in both the top and bottom brood
Treat all infested colonies within the yard. The treatment is most
effective when brood rearing is lowest. Effective control may be
achieved by treating hives in the spring before the first honey flow and
in the fall after the last honey flow. Leave the strips in the hive for
a minimum of 42 days and a maximum of 45 days. Do not treat the same
colony more than twice a year. Honey supers may be replaced 14 days
after the strips are removed. Consult provincial guidelines for more
information on varroa control.
Treatments must be applied at a time when bees are not producing a
surplus honey crop. Chemical resistant gloves must be worn when handling
the strips. DO NOT use leather gloves (i.e.: leather beekeeping gloves)
when handling this product. Just before application, remove the
required number of CheckMite+ Strips from the pouch. Unused strips
should remain in original package. Do not treat the same colony with
coumaphos more than twice a year. Check Mite + is not recommended for
use in honey bee colonies that are used as cell builders for producing
NOTE TO USER: READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT FOR THE
INDICATED SPECIAL USE APPLICATIONS (BELOW): The DIRECTIONS FOR USE for
this product for the uses described below were developed by persons
other than Bayer and accepted for registration by Health Canada under
the User Requested Minor Use Label Expansion program. Bayer itself makes
no representation or warranty with respect to performance (efficacy) or
tolerance claims for this product when used for detection/control of
small hive beetles in beehives. Accordingly, the Buyer and User assume
all risks related to performance and tolerance arising, and agree to
hold Bayer harmless from any claims based on efficacy or tolerance in
connection with the uses described below.
FOR SMALL HIVE BEETLE DETECTION AND CONTROL:
Treatments must be applied at a time when bees are not producing a
surplus honey crop and honey supers have been removed. Use one strip of
CheckMite+ per hive. Remove honey super before the application of
Checkmite+ strips. DO NOT REPLACE HONEY SUPERS UNTIL 14 DAYS AFTER THE
STRIPS ARE REMOVED. Chemical resistant gloves must be worn when handling
the strips or the prepared cardboard inserts with the attached strips.
DO NOT use leather gloves (i.e.: leather beekeeping gloves) when
handling this product. Just before application, remove the required
number of CheckMite + strips from the pouch. Unused strips should remain
in the original package.
Prepare a piece of corrugated cardboard by peeling off and removing
the surface of one side to expose the flutes within the cardboard. Then
cut the cardboard to approximately 22.5 cm along the flutes by 10 cm
wide (across the flutes). Tape over the smooth
side of the cardboard (the side opposite the strips) with duct tape,
shipping tape or similar tape to prevent the bees from chewing and
removing cardboard, or use one-sided plastic corrugated sheets. Staple
one strip of CheckMite+ onto the centre of the corrugated side of the
Place cardboard insert fitted with CheckMite+ strips as near the
centre of the bottom board as possible with the strip facing down,
parallel to the width of the hive. Make sure the bottom board is clean
and the insert lays flat on the bottom board. This allows the beetles to
walk through the tunnels, but it prevents the bees from walking
under the insert and being exposed to Checkmite+. For detection, leave
the strips in the hive for one week, then check for the presence of dead
beetles. For treatment, leave the strips in the hive for a minimum of
42 days and a maximum of 45 days. DO NOT TREAT THE SAME COLONY WITH
COUMAPHOS MORE THAN TWICE A YEAR. Honey supers may be replaced 14 days
after strips are removed.
To prevent contamination, store this product away from water, food
or feed. Keep the strips in original, unopened package until ready to
use. Any unused strips that remain after treatment should be returned to
the opened pouch, placed in a resealable bag and returned to the
original container. Do not store in direct sunlight. Do not store unused
strips in anything but original package. Do not store unused strips
near pesticides or other chemical substances that could contaminate the
strips and result in bee toxicity. Do not reuse the strips.
Dispose of packaging (foil wrap) and the used strips in accordance
with provincial requirements. For information on disposal of unused,
unwanted product, contact the manufacturer or the provincial regulatory
agency. Contact the manufacturer and the provincial regulatory agency in
case of a spill, and for clean-up of spills.
NOTICE TO USER: This pest control product is to be used only in
accordance with the directions on the label. It is an offence under the Pest Control Products Act
to use this product in a way that is inconsistent with the directions
on the label. The user assumes the risk to persons or property that
arises from any such use of this product.
NET CONTENTS: (10 Strips)
Bayer Inc., Animal Health Division, 77 Belfield Road, Toronto, ON M9W 1G6
Autorzy: Klaudiusz Sieje, Witold Rychlak.
1 Przygotowanie do zimowli i pożytków późnojesiennych.
2.Przygotowanie do walki z warozą. 25:52
Układ zimowy po miodowaniu 1:31:28
Różne układy zimowania na ramkę wielkopolskiej 1:45:12
Przygotowanie do zimowli i pożytków późnojesiennych
Przygotowanie do walki z warozą 25:52
Materiał został przekazany przez Zdzisława
Zieniewicza, szkoleniowca Fundacji Wspomagania Wsi, który brał udział w
szkoleniu pszczelarzy realizowanym przez Fundację w woj. podlaskim
Checkmite ™ Strips 10 Pack: Cure for Varoa Jacobsoni ( Honey Bee ) Export Worldwide
· Treatment is most effective when brood rearingis lowest
· Treat all infested colonies within the yard
· Use 1 strip for every 5 frames of bees
· Remove strips after 42-45 days
Small Hive Beetle Treatment
· Use a ground drench in addition to CheckMite ™
· Use 1 strip cut in 1/2 then attached to a 5" x 5" corrugated square as shown below
I did study for 5 years beekeeping in the only one Technical School in the World just with Bees Specialization Pszczela Wola Graduate 1986. Pszczela Wola is a small picturesque settlement located in the south east corner of Poland, 14 km south of Lublin along the Lublin-Bychawa route. Here you can find the Secondary Beekeeping School, the only one in the world, which has been the inherited pride for many generations of beekeepers since established in 1945.
http://www.pszczelawola.edu.pl/index.php/En.html During that time I had extended exchange with beekeepers in Austria Salzburg and Agricultural Universities in other European Countries. I did graduate with one of the top students. Since 1987 in the USA Arlington Virginia Please feel free to call me if you need free advice.
pszczelarzy. Klania sie absolwent Technikum Psczelarskiego w Pszczelej Woli rok
86 kolega Janusza Kasztelewicza I tez spedzilem prywatna wigilie ze sp. ks
Ostachem w Kamiannnej tylko w 5 osob Zima 82-83. Wszystkie nasze wysylki do Polski
dochodza na czas I to bez cla, Koledzy tez opanowali sposoby robic extract
checkmite w alkocholu a potem spryskiwac. Ponoc starczy na wiecej uli. Checkmite dziala bardzo dobrze. Wiecej o
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Checkmite ™ Strips 10 Pack: Varroa Treatment. Treatment is most effective when brood rearingis lowest; Treat all infested colonies within the yard; Use 1 strip
Small Hive Beetle Treatment