In this document, you will find a link to apply for a Certified Applicator License in your US state to be able to purchase Amiflex.
Presentation summarizing the key points to understand biology and cycle of the Yellow-legged hornet and how to trap it.
Table des matières Hornets are distant relatives of bees, having evolved from a common ancestor. They undergo a very similar life cycle, progressing through egg, larva, and pupa stages before becoming adult insects. Some species, like the Ichneumonidae, play beneficial roles by laying their eggs on the caterpillars of other insects, thus helping to control… Continue reading Hive Under Siege: The Growing Threat of Hornets to Bee Colonies
Table des matières Increasing daylight hours, occasional rain, daytime temperatures rising… each spring offers us a chance to work and derive the best from the hives. During winter many hives are left unopened for inspection. The end of this dormant period marks a critical moment for the colony as it has been relying on its… Continue reading Supporting Honeybee Colonies in Spring: Tips for Beekeepers
Table des matières The Yellow-legged hornet (Vespa velutina) poses a significant threat to our native bee populations. It’s essential not only to trap these pests but also to destroy their nests. Finding and eliminating these nests can halt the spread and cut off the threat at its source. However, dealing with these nests requires care,… Continue reading Spot, Approach, Destroy: Dealing with Yellow-legged hornet Nests
Table des matières Welcome, Abderrahim! We are delighted to welcome Abderrahim Hammaidi to the Véto-pharma team, where he holds the position of Technical Manager for France and Europe. Abderrahim is a veterinarian by training and holds a beekeeping technician diploma. He was himself a beekeeper in the family apiary for several years. You may… Continue reading Abderrahim Hammaidi, Technical Manager for France and Europe
Table des matières Honey bees, vital for global pollination and agricultural crop yields, ensure food security and biodiversity.1 Nevertheless, the beekeeping industry face a significant threat from Varroa destructor—a menace to bee health and colony survival. Varroa mites infest honey bee colonies, causing considerable damage by feeding on bees’ hemolymph and fat body and transmitting harmful viruses,… Continue reading How to reduce the Impact of Residues when fighting against Varroa
The contents of this page are intended for the American public. The instructions for use of the miticites mentioned comply with US regulations. Table des matières When developing Amiflex, our mission included creating an amitraz-based flash treatment that would be safe for bees and hive products, such as honey and wax. Our goal was to formulate a treatment that not only complies… Continue reading Amiflex: Ensuring Safe, Low-Residue Flash Treatments in Honey and Wax