I'm about at wit's end. I know there is one aggressive RSL in the coop who is a pecker, and the other birds all show signs of her handiwork. But things ahave gotten worse the last few weeks, to the point that I'm suspecting mites. I haven't been able to positively identify any, but the symptoms are there. So I plan a dusting of the girls and their coop. I'm a tad leery of dusting them directly with Sevin, and will likely go with one of the " . . . rethrins." The questions. Sevin, in the labeled garden applications, recommends a wait after dusting and before harvest. Would the alternatives have the same requirement? Should I not use the eggs they lay for some period of time after being dusted? Any thoughts re Sevin in the bedding and 'rethrins o directly on the birds?