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Control of Nosema spores in honey and bee bread by a mixture of ethylene oxide and methyl bromide



Control of Nosema spores in honey and bee bread by a mixture of ethylene oxide and methyl bromide



Sbornik Nauchnykh Rabot, Leningradskii Veterinarnyi Institut 72: 28-30



Aqueous solutions of fresh Nosema apis spores were added to honey and stored pollen in combs, and these were placed in a gaseous mixture of ethylene oxide and methyl bromide at 10-20 degrees C for 1-42 h. The test combs were then allowed to air at room temperature for 4-18 days. A 3-h treatment at <more or =>11 degrees killed all N. apis spores in open and sealed combs and in stored pollen.

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