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How to Monitor, Sample, and Treat for Varroa

Varroa population sizes can change quickly and need to be monitored frequently during the time when bees are foraging. This section provides information on techniques for monitoring, sampling, and treating for Varroa. 

Bee foraging on citrus flower. Photo credit: Mona Chambers
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Honeybee colonies in almond orchard. Photo credit: Mona Chambers
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