New bee keepers here in Minnesota - our first year. We started with a package of bees in May and lost the queen almost immediately. We requeened with a genetically bred Varroa Resistant Italian Queen. She's been a beauty and has almost filled 2 deeps with brood - more brood than honey. We recently added a 3rd deep for honey and are starting 2:1 sugar water syrup feed. We did a powdered sugar mite test today and found only 2 mites in a cup of bees, which we shook 2 minutes and waited 2 more minutes before shaking out. Then we uncapped 10 drone brood and found only 1 mite. From what I read online, these are low counts, and treatment is hard on the bees, and queens die, so I'm wondering what to do next? We plan to use the Mite Away Quick Strips, as I believe this is an allowed organic treatment. Wait a month and retest? Treat anyway, no matter what? Do nothing? Use a different treatment? Any advice appreciated. Thanks!