Drone Uncapping Fork
Waggle & Forages drone uncapping fork is typically used to test for Varroa mite on drone larvae. In the presence of drone cells, performing a drone uncapping is thought to be the most effective tool in determining if Varroa is present in your hive.
A must-have hive tool for all beekeepers, this sturdy uncapping fork is made from resin and stainless steel.
As well as performing biosecurity checks, the fork is also utilised for uncapping the top surface of honeycomb before extracting honey.
Varroa Mite - Further Information
For the best information relating to Varroa Mite, check out the Agriculture Victoria's BeeAware page here.