Composition of the APIINVERT bee feeding syrup
Advantages of APIINVERT bee feed syrup for bees
Even today, our producers still provide the raw material for our sugar, and therefore also for APIINVERT, using local sugar beets from controlled cultivation contracts. The sugar beet is processed in a regional and sustainable way.
The ideal composition of the sugar spectrum is similar to that of flower honey and allows the bees to make optimal use of this feeding syrup.
APIINVERT is ready to use and easy to use. The high resistance to microbiological spoilage due to a sugar content of 72.7% guarantees a long shelf life.
APIINVERT contains only sugars that the bee can fully utilize, unlike comparable bee feed syrups based on wheat or corn.
Our largely automated and gentle manufacturing process and permanent quality controls guarantee that only APIINVERT that meets all legal requirements is delivered. For example, the HMF content during production is between 10 and 20 ppm, well below the recommendations of the German Federal Ministry of Agriculture.
When should APIINVERT bee feeding syrup be used?
APIINVERT is perfect for late winter feeding.
Application of APIINVERT bee feed syrup
Feeding in small quantities:
Make 3 to 5 holes (approximately 1 mm diameter) in the 2.5 kg pack and place it on the frames.
Direct feeding from the bucket:
Press the lid on firmly (1) and peel off partially the cover film (2). Place the upturned bucket horizontally in the beehive (3). After the bucket is turned upside down, about half a litter of APIinvert will flow out of the holes in the lid until a vacuum forms in the bucket. From then on, the bees will take only the amount of feed they need from the opening of the lid. You can also pour APIINVERT into the feeder.
This little video will show you how to use APIinvert.
Packaging options of APIINVERT bee syrup
APIINVERT is available in different types of packaging.
|Carton||5 x 2.5 kg single units||12.5kg|
|Pail||with practical feeding lid||14kg|
|Bulk||in tank truck||On demand|
Our bee feed products should be stored as cool as possible at constant temperatures between 10 °C and 20 °C.