Enemy Number One


Varroa mites have been declared enemy number one by beekeepers across the US for its role in annual colony collapse. These tiny mites, “like ticks for bees” spread devastating viruses while parasitizing developing pupae and adult bees. Beekeepers are desperately seeking a new, innovative solution to combat the honeybee’s enemy number one: Varroa.



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