• Honeybee Control Treatment


    Honey Bees are social insects and live a s colonies in hives , with mature colonies of 20,000 – 80,000 individuals . Adults are represented by workers which are infertile females , a queen or inseminated female , and drones (males) which come from unfertilized eggs .
    The young workers care for the young or brood , build the comb , provide hive ventilation , and guard the hive entrance . Older workers serve as foragers to gather pollen , nectar and propolis or bee glue . Workers live only about 5 to 7 weeks during thesummer but those emerging in the autumn , over winter . Drones (males) apear periodically and are short lived , usually living only a few weeks .

    Honey bee swarm primarily when the colony size gets too large for the available hive space or the queen begins to wane or fails . New queens are produced and the old queen leaves with a large number of workers .

    • HONEY BEE CONTROLPesticides formulation would be liberally sprayed on all the hives using pressure pumps so that the bees are killed then and there and the hives are removed .
    • HONEY BEE CONTROL :he chemical for this service are : a) Malathion & b) Chlorpyriphos .
      a) Trade name of Pesticide : Malathion .
      Type of action : Contact .
      Concentration of insecticide :0.5 to 2% ai .
      This is considered one of the safest insecticide and is effective when sprayed over the honey bee hive .
      Toxicity : LD 50 – 1375 mg / kg .
      Antidote : Atropine .
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