Use in late winter and early spring when nectar supply is low. Can be added to feeding mix to help build up packages, nucs, swarms, and small or weakened colonies. Can also be used in sugar water instead of smoke to calm bees or sprayed on foundation to help encourage acceptance.
Contains sucrose, water, spearmint oil, lemongrass oil and lecithin.
Directions: Feeding - Mix 1-2 teaspoons per 1 quart syrup; 4-8 teaspoons per 1 gallon syrup. Spray/Drench - Mix 4 teaspoons per 1 quart syrup; 16 teaspoons per 1 gallon syrup. Apply 8 ounces 3-4 times, 3-4 days apart to the brood area by spraying or drizzling the mix on bees and between brood frames. Do not drench or spray under 60°F.