Tag Archives: varroa

Episode-209- Get The Word Out About A World Without Bees

Tony Teolis/ August 10, 2013

This episode was intended be a review of A World Without Bees but I left my notes elsewhere. So before that one I present A Fruitless Fall  by Rowan Jacobson, which is a play on words much like Silent

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Episode-204- Where Are The Bees In Colony C – Part 3 – Despair Then Hope

Tony Teolis/ July 13, 2013

Welcome to Where Are The Bees In Colony C – Part 3 – Despair Then Hope at ToDoListHome.com. If you have watched parts 1 and 2 you know it has been a frustrating start for one of the new honey

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Episode-202- Where Are The Bees In Colony C – Part 1 – A Backyard Saga

Tony Teolis/ July 7, 2013

Welcome to Where Are The Bees In Colony C – Part 1 – A Backyard Saga at ToDoListhome.com. This is part 1 of an ongoing story of the troubles this colony has experienced since its installment on April 23,

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Episode-188- Make My Own Screened Bottom Board Sheets

Tony Teolis/ June 3, 2013

This episode shows how I make my mite drop count boards with corrugated plastic sheets I got online cheap from Signwarehouse.com. I had been looking for a long time for a cheap supply of co plastic sheets because just

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Episode-172- Varroa Counts Get The Hive Back To Normal After Using Formic Acid

Tony Teolis/ May 6, 2013

                  Varroa Counts Today’s video shows the final part of the three part series on how I applied Formic Acid to Honey Bee Colony C. The mite count on the drop board on April 7

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Episode-160- Varroa Counts Put Mite Away II Strips In The Beehive Part 1 of 3

Tony Teolis/ April 13, 2013

Varroa Counts The video for today’s episode show how and why I apply Mite Away II strips to control Varroa mites in Honey Bee Hive B. Varroa mites are the number one honey bee killer on earth. This is the

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Diagnose Honey Bee Disease

Tony Teolis/ January 25, 2013

The report is in from the USDA Beltsville bee research lab. Honey Bee Hive – A was apparently over run by the Varroa Destructor. I thought I had this parasite under control but I did not treat the hive with chemicals. I only

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