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Drone Foundation

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Varroa prefer to deposit their eggs on drone comb. By inserting drone foundation into your brood nest, you can effectively lure vbarroa mites to the developing drone brood.

Eleven days after the egg has been laid, the bees will cap the cells. Remove the comb before the bees emerge in approximately 21 days. Put the comb in the freezer for a few days to kill the brood and the mites. Then scrape the caps off with a capping's scratcher and return it to the hive.

The bees will clean up, drag the dead out and refill the comb, starting the cycle over again.

Measures 8-1/2" and sold in 10 sheet packs.

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