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G1uidelines for predators mites
Because there are quite a few questions about predatory mites and compost, we have drawn up a document on how to implement the predatory mites and how to use the right compost under your beehive
The Varroa mite can be controlled very well in a bee-friendly way by using an indigenous predatory mite: the Strateolealaps Scimitus.
If you want to apply this method efficiently, you should first study the life of both the predatory mite and the Varroa mite.
It is a fact that the Varroa mite must be combated otherwise it will turn out to be an even greater disaster for the bees and it can be done differently.
Every beekeeper has his ideas about natural beekeeping. The main thing is to observe the love and respect for the bee and nature. Bees are quite capable of standing on their own in normal conditions.