Salt toxicosis of bees

Salt toxicosis is an infectious disease of bees, resulting from eating more or less significant amounts of table salt. Causes of the disease. Salt toxicosis develops when large amounts of mineral salts enter the body

Acarapidosis of bees

Acarapidosis (tick disease, acarosis, White’s disease) is an invasive disease of bee colonies, which causes tracheal injury. Economic damage. Disease in winter and spring causes weakening and death of bee colonies; spreads slowly, first weak,

Nectar toxicosis of bees

Nectar toxicosis is an infectious disease, mainly bee-gatherers, caused by poisonous nectar. Causes of the disease. When collecting flowers, bees are poisoned by the poisonous nectar of some plants. Poisonous nectar is distinguished by the

The dead bee brood

Frozen seeding is an indiscriminate disease, accompanied by the death of egg embryos in different stages of their development. Causes of the disease. The cause of the disease is the hereditary properties of the uterus.

Mermitidosis of bees

Mertmitidosis is an invasive disease of adult bees. The causative agent of the disease. Mermithids – Mermithidae – round worms, nematodes parasitizing various insect species, including bees. Helminth has a length of 5-12 cm, more

Leptomonosis disorder of the intestine in bees

Leptomonosis is an invasive disease of the bees that causes the disorder of the intestines of adult bees. The causative agent of the disease Leptomonas apis belongs to the subtype Plasmodroma, the class Rhizopoda, the

Steaming bees

Steaming bees – their quick death from high temperature and humidity, which appears as a result of a strong excitation of bees in poorly ventilated hives. Causes of the disease. Bees are fanned when the

Examination of bee colonies

When an adult bee or brood is killed in an apiary, infectious and invasive diseases are excluded by research. Sometimes pathogens of these diseases can be established, but their rare occurrence, and only in some

Dry seeding brood in the hive

Dry seeding is an infectious disease, accompanied by the drying of the eggs at the time the embryo leaves it; occurs when the bees are not moistened with larval shell food, it remains dry and

Biomethod against varroa mite

Often in beekeepers through ill-timed struggle with varroatosis die bee colonies. It should be remembered – the critical moment in the bee colonies comes when the old bee is replaced with the winter bee, ie.