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DETERMINATION OF ACRINATHRIN RESIDUES IN HONEY AND BEESWAX

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Abstract:

The Asian bee mite ( Varroa jacobsoni Oud.) causes variable damage in Hungarian apiaries due to the different and changing conditions. Plastic and wooden strips impregnated with synthetic pyrethroid-type active ingredients show a high efficacy against the mites. These treatments, however, may leave residues in bee products (honey, propolis, wax). After experimental treatment with Gabon PA 92, the levels of active ingredient (acrinathrin) residues were determined in honey and beeswax samples. The analytical results proved that the average con - centration of acrinathrin residues was less than 0.01 mg/kg in honey and less than 0.10 mg/kg in beeswax. From the food-hygienic point of view it is favourable that the honey did not become ‘contaminated™ with acrinathrin during the experimental treatment. The analytical results serve as a basis for the registration of this veteri- nary product in Hungary.

Keywords: acrinathrin; bee acaricide; beeswax; gabon pa 92; honey; pyrethroid; residues

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1999-10-21

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