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Veterinary-sanitary measures against septicaemia and varroa disease of honeybees


Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR (8): 18-21
Veterinary-sanitary measures against septicaemia and varroa disease of honeybees
The wooden surfaces of hives can be disinfected by applying a solution of 2% glutaraldehyde, or 3% hydrogen peroxide, or a solution containing 1% hydrogen peroxide and 0.5% formic acid, at 0.5 litre/msuperscript 2.


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