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Beekeeping Swarm Lures & gels

Swarming is one of the beekeepers major problems especially when there is often not the time to carry out necessary control and prevention measures. Swarming is a natural process in the life of a honey bee colony.   Swarming occurs when a large group of honey bees leaves an established colony and flies off to establish a new colony, essentially creating two from one.  Swarming is a natural method of propagation that occurs in response to crowding within the colony. Swarming usually occurs in late spring and early summer and begins in the warmer hours of the day.
  • Apiroy Honey Bee Attractant - Beebox2u
    £15.95

    Apiroy Honey Bee swarm gel

    Beebox2u

    Product Information: Includes: 1 pc (0.88 oz / 25 g / 8 doses) Beekeeping can be hard at times, especially when attempting to lure bees to your b...

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    £15.95
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    £11.99

    Apimam - Swarm Bait

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    Description: Apimam is used to catch swarms in the apiary. It is also used in the “traps” of stray swarms. A special pheromone capsule is uncorked ...

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    £11.99
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  • Sanroi Solution - Beebox2u
    £14.15

    Sanroi Swarm Solution

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    Composition and Form of Issue:Clear liquid from colorless to light straw, with a specific odor. Packed in glass bottles with aluminum caps of 10 ml...

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    £14.15
  • Sanroy Swarm Strips - X10 . - Beebox2u
    £13.95

    Sanroy Swarming bee strips

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    Sanroy Bee Swarming Strips - Beekeeping. COMPOSITION AND FORM OF ISSUE Strips of cardboard impregnated with a specific attractant. Packed in pol...

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    £13.95