Ferrous glyconate should be available at health food stores. This is the latest hybridizer link:
alpha naphthalene acetamide is discussed at:
In the above link I give a link that provides the commercial name of all products that contain alpha naphthalene acetamide.
I am not familar with the components in “liquid honey bee”. I suggest you try it on a known good combination.
Rootone normally also contains a fungicide Thiram: Home | Pesticide Info
I have not tested this mixture. I would expect that Thiram would decrease pollen germination:
Title: Effect of some fungicides on the germination of almond and peach pollen.
Authors: Iliev, I.; Dzheneva, A.
Authors affiliation: Exp. Stn. Fruit Vine Growing, Pomorie, Bulg.
Published in: Pochvoznanie, Agrokhimiya i Rastitelna Zashtita (1987), 22(2), pages 91-5.
Abstract: "The effect of some fungicides on the germination of pollen of some almond and peach cultivars was studied. The majority of the prepns. decreased the germination. A significant pos. effect was found for the pollen of the Nikitsky 17-10 almond cultivar treated with Mugibon. Thiram had the strongest neg. effect on the pollen. Zineb caused an insignificant difference in pollen germination of all almond cultivars studied. A similar insignificant effect was obsd. for Bitertanol, benomyl, and Mical on Krimsky, Nikitsky 17-10, and Nonpareil almond cultivars; Pallinal, Sonax C 52 WP, and Fenarimol on Nikitsky 17-10 cultivar; thiophanate-Me (I) on the Krimsky and Nonpareil cultivars; and Sonax C 52 WP on the Nonpareil cultivar. The best effect on peach pollen was obtained with Pallinal for the Redhaven cultivar, Fenarimol and Mical for the Rio Oso Gem cultivar, Bitertanol, zineb, Fenarimol, Mugibon, and Mical for the Blake cultivar, and Mugibon, zineb, benomyl, Pallinal, and Fenarimol for the Collins cultivar.