HONEY BEES TREATMENT / REMOVAL
The legislation regarding pest control is really quite strict, more so in the case of bee treatment, where by the access hole to the hive has to be sealed after treatment, this is carried out to stop any casual invaders from other hives and swarms from stealing the contaminated honey. If this part of the treatment is not carried out, in a proper manner, it may be possible for the invaders to carry the treatment back to their own hive / swarm and kill them.
Read the following link particularly the second page near to the bottom, third paragraph up. It states all holes to be blocked after chemical treatment of any sort. code of practice relating to the control of feral honey bees as copied from the Internet and recognised by various pest control bodies, This code of practice is what we as professional pest controllers try as hard as possible to adhere to. The reassures you the customer that we are as near as possible to recovering the bees as possible, and in the event that they do have to be destroyed, then collateral damage / bees deaths, is at the minimal number / amount possible.
We have our own bee hives and as such we try to save the bees that we collect when possible, and
re-house them, as well as collect the honey combs.
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