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Chemical control of Varroa jacobsoni

, : Chemical control of Varroa jacobsoni. Apicoltore Moderno 73(2): 45-48

Beekeepers are urged not to use pesticides for controlling V. jacobsoni, as many are also toxic to honeybees.

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Ho, K.K.; Hsu, E.L.; An, J.K., 1980: Study of chemical control of Varroa jacobsoni. 1. Screen tests of miticides on Varroa jacobsoni and toxicity measurement of five miticides on Apis mellifera. A survey conducted in Taiwan showed that all 52 apiaries (of Apis mellifera L.) visited were infested with Varroa jacobsoni Oudm. Tests carried out to evaluate the effectiveness of 5 acaricides against the mite indicated that treatment with 51% co...

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Gallo, C.G.nduso, P., 1986: Chemical control with Coumaphos (Asuntol) and Amitraz against Varroa jacobsoni in Sicily. European research on varroatosis control: proceedings of a meeting of the EC Experts' Group Bad Homburg 15-17 October 1986 edited by R Cavalloro: 175

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