In the first strong families of honey bees workers press their queen, thus controlling the production of breeding.
In weak families, bees cannot compete with their queen, reducing the amount of honey brought.
Therefore, in order to increase the bribery of the hive, the queen must isolate hespence, thus stopping her redness.
It is advisable to isolate the queen one week before flowering and, if there is a decrease in weight gain, release it.
Therefore, about half of the generation of young bees will begin to isolate the royal jelly at a more mature age, which will subsequently increase its productivity and life expectancy in the summer.
Length - 230 mm
Width - 30 mm
Height - 30 mm