Add a Treatment

Modified on Mon, 03 Oct 2022 at 04:45 PM


  1. To add a treatment first, go to treatments in the main menu, then in the sub menu, click add treatment and continue to select the apiary and hives to be treated. You can select all hive or individual hives.
  2. Once the hives to treat have been selected, the pest and disease panel will load where you can select the pest and disease to be treated. The pests and diseases are displayed in two colors green for pests and diseases that are not notifiable and red for those that are notifiable.
  3. From the pest and disease panel, select the pest or disease to be treated and then enter the diagnosis or date seen. Then, if desired, use the toggle button to select the inspector requested and then for your reference optionally add the bee inspectors name.
  4. You will see that hive treatment card/cards have been created for the hives that you have chosen to be treated. 
  5. Continue by optionally adding the a pest/disease count to each hive card if applicable, and click save. 
  6. You will then be taken to the treatments list view, where your new diagnosis will be listed, showing the diagnosis date, the apiary, the number of hives to be treated and either 'bee inspector requested' or 'self-diagnosed'. 
  7. In the treatment list view you will see that the treatment is in the diagnosis stage and moving along to the end of the row, you can use the disclosure to reveal the full details of the current diagnosis, including the diagnosed hives, the pest or disease diagnosed and the inspector details if requested. You can also use the disclosed button in the submenu to reveal all diagnosis or treatment details in multiple rows.

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