Queen Rearing System Bee Catcher Cage Beekeeping 100 Cell Cups Tool Set
|Queen Rearing Cupkit Box||14.7 x 13 x 2.8cm|
|Brown Cell Cups||1 x 1cm|
|Cell Cup Holder||2.6 x2.2 x 1.2cm|
|Cell Bar Holder||3 x 2.2 x 1.6cm|
|Hair Roller Cages||2.6 x 7cm|
a. Made of high quality plastic material,not easy to break and aging.
b.This system is quite simple and can produce prolific reliable results,works by pacing your laying queen beneath the queen excluder of your cupkit box.
c. This kit enables the queen to lay eggs directly into a plastic plug,avoids the dangers of grafting, and ensures correct age of larvae.
d.The queen will then lay eggs in the cups (provided) this will take no longer than a day before you can release her again.
e.The new eggs are then given a little royal jelly during development, and placed onto the cell blocks and Curler cages (all provided)* The developed virgin queen cells can then be introduced to her new colony.
Step 1: You insert the comb box into a frame and 110 brown cell starter cups are fitted into the back of it.(With this kit you will be able to raise your own queens and do it without grafting or ever touching a larvae.)
Step 2: Next you confine the queen in the front of cage and she immediately lays eggs in the 110 available cells.She can be realeased in the next day. On the 4th day each newly hatched larvae is ready for transfer.
Step 3: You remove each cell starter cup and insert it into a cell cup holder(Not included).
Step 4: You then slid this unit onto a cell bar holder which is attached to a cell bar(Not included).
Step 5: To finish the cells you now put the cell bar into a cell building colony.
1 x Queen Rearing Cupkit Box
100 x Brown Cell Cups
20 x Cell Cup Holder
21 x Cell Bar Holder
10 x Hair Roller Cages