SucraShield Miticide Controls Varroa Mites Without Harm to Bees


| 8/28/2013 10:55:00 AM


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SucraShield

Help protect our honey bees! With the latest reports of over 40% of the honeybee population being wiped out by disease, mites, or harmful pesticides now is the time to explore other solutions. SucraShield's sugar based mode of action is not only bee-friendly but it also protects the bee from varroa mites.

SucraShield features a two-pronged attack: it smothers pests during application, and on contact. It's unique chemistry disintegrates insects' outer coating, causing shriveling and death by dehydration. Then Sucrashield breaks down into natural components and disappears with no trace of residue.

Other insecticides carry long harvest intervals, but SucraShield has a 0 day harvest interval so growers can now protect crops until harvest without leaving residues on crops.

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