Can we use Oxybee with a dosing gun? A question that we’ve been asked a lot! And the answer is a big yes. Yes, providing that you can set a specific dose of 5 or 6 ml.
Here is a short video to help you in using Oxybee with a dosing gun (or dosing syringe):
When to use OXYBEE?
- During brood-free period
- Without honey supers.
- One treatment per bee generation.
- Use on hives with accessible frames from above.
- Place the bottle with oxalic acid dihydrate solution in lukewarm water (30-35°C).
- Pour all the sucrose content into the oxalic acid dihydrate solution bottle.
- Close the bottle tightly and shake it until the powder is fully dissolved.
- Transfer the solution into the tank and shake again.
- Attach the self-refilling dosing syringe to the reservoir and regulate the dosing device to 5 or 6 mL per pulse.
- Apply by trickling 5 or 6 mL of solution for each space between frames occupied by the bees.
- Do not exceed 54 mL per colony.
To learn more about Oxybee, visit the official page
OXYBEE powder and solution for 39,4 mg/ml bee-hive dispersion for honey bees. Composition: 1 ml of mixed bee-hive dispersion contains 39,4 mg of oxalic acid dehydrate. Indication(s) for use : For the treatment of varroosis (Varroa destructor) of honey bees (Apis mellifera) in brood free colonies. Withdrawal period(s) : Honey: zero days. Do not use during honey flow. Special precautions : This veterinary medicinal product is highly acidic and could have irritating and corrosive effects on the skin, eyes and mucous membranes. Personal protective equipment consisting of protective clothing, acid-proof gloves and safety glasses should be worn.Marketing authorisation holder: Dany Bienenwohl GmbH, Geyerspergerstr. 27, 80689 Munich, Germany. Distributed by: Véto-pharma, 12-14 avenue de la Croix Martre 91120 Palaiseau, France. V0119
Oxybee is a veterinary medicine. Please ask advice to your veterinarian, pharmacist or sanitary organization. In case of persistence of clinical signs, consult with your veterinarian. Read carefully the instructions on the product label before use.