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Polystyrene comb-covering feeder for bee box
Polystyrene comb-covering feeder for polystyrene 6-comb box. The price includes the comb-cover cap and the feeder cup.
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Dispenser for jar, complete with pump and two caps, the one with a diameter of 70 for the jar of gr. 500 and the diameter 82 for the jar of gr. 1000. Obviously the dispenser can only be used when honey is fluid. If the honey is crystallized, it must be dissolved in a bain marie, without exceeding 40 °.To make it work well, you need to load it, pumping...
For the disinfection of all beehive pathogens (American and European plague, nosema ceranae, calcified brood, viruses related to varroasis) of hives, honeycombs and any type of beekeeping material, as well as very useful for disinfection of the laboratory, equipment and of the workplace.
Open mesh floor for varroa control for 10 frames hive: wood, mesh and tray. The snap-hooks to connect the floor with the brood nest and the relevant screws are not included. dimensions: 43.5x45x6.8 cm; wood thickness is 2.5 cm; of the net (that is, actually a perforated sheet with very close holes) is 38.5x45 cm; the dimensions of the galvanized sheet...
Table-top uncapping bench for non-professional beekeepers, with 60x40x18cm foodstuff plastic vat, perforated stainless steel drum for the collection and dripping of opercula, stainless steel frame-holding stand and foodstuff plastic tap of diameter 40mm. The picture also shows the stainless steel lid for the table-top bench and the stainless steel...
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It is made of a mixture of monosaccharides and disaccharides extracted from beet sugar, enriched with brewer’s yeast as protein source. It can be used to support brood production during the period of pollen shortage.