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  • Analia Manriquez USA- BEEKEEPING WORKSHOP IN MISSOURI Written by Analia Manriquez

    USA- BEEKEEPING WORKSHOP IN MISSOURI On Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 10 am to 3:30 pm at the  ARK Community Center  25625 Hwy. 17, Waynesville. Limited space, pre-registration is required . Please download attached document



    Written on Saturday, 15 August 2015 09:30
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  • Analia Manriquez USA- CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE THE SCIENCE BEHIND NEONICOTINOIDS Written by Analia Manriquez

    USA- CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE THE SCIENCE BEHIND NEONICOTINOIDS “Truth or Myth: Neonicotinoids and Their Impact on Pollinators: What Is the Science-Based Research?” is the  topic of a special conference--open to the public –set from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday, September  9, 2015  at the UC Davis Conference Center, 550 Alumni Lane. UC Davis researchers and state officials will address the crowd, announced conference coordinator Dave Fujino, director of the UC Davis-based California Center for Urban Horticulture.



    Written on Friday, 07 August 2015 08:34
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  • Analia Manriquez SPAIN- GALICIA BEEKEEPERS REQUEST TO DECLARE AS PLAGUE THE VESPA VELUTINA Written by Analia Manriquez

    SPAIN- GALICIA BEEKEEPERS REQUEST TO DECLARE AS PLAGUE THE  VESPA VELUTINA

    Over fifty O Condado beekeepers meet in Ponteareas City Council to demand more investments to combat this insect through traps and research. They claim to the Department for Rural Affairs to make an official declaration of the existence of a plague of Asian hornet in this area (and in other regions of Galicia particularly affected) and the recognition of the major economic and environmental damage that is causing this plague






    Written on Wednesday, 26 August 2015 14:49
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  • Analia Manriquez SOUTH AFRICA -AMERICAN FOULBROOD IS THREATENING THE CAPE BEEHIVES Written by Analia Manriquez

    SOUTH AFRICA -AMERICAN FOULBROOD IS THREATENING THE CAPE BEEHIVES

    The first Cape honeybee colonies with heavy clinical symptoms of American foulbrood disease were found in South Africa’s Western Cape in December 2008 and confirmed with laboratory tests in February 2009. To date, an estimated 40% of the Western Cape bee population has been wiped out by the disease. American foulbrood in South Africa will cause a collapse in pollination services. It will negatively affect species richness and biodiversity, as well as potentially drive the Cape honeybee to extinction.






    Written on Friday, 31 July 2015 08:24
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  • Analia Manriquez NEW ZEALAND- NEW PARASITE AFFECTS BEEKEEPING INDUSTRY Written by Analia Manriquez

    NEW ZEALAND- NEW PARASITE AFFECTS BEEKEEPING INDUSTRY

    A bee scientist says the appearance of a new honey bee parasite is the last thing beekeepers need, with the most serious pest, the varroa mite, becoming more difficult to control. The gut parasite, Lotmaria Passim, has been found in beehives on Coromandel Peninsula and in the southern North Island.






    Written on Tuesday, 21 July 2015 12:19
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  • Analia Manriquez UNITED KINGDOM- HIGHER WINTER BEES MORTALITY Written by Analia Manriquez

    UNITED KINGDOM- HIGHER WINTER BEES MORTALITY

    The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) carried out its annual survey of 900 randomly selected British beekeepers and found colonies are in decline, with losses of 14.5 per cent last winter. Colonies in the west of the country saw the biggest drop with a decline of 18 per cent, followed by the North East (15.5 per cent) and Eastern regions (14.7 per cent). These loses have risen sharply from the 9.6 per cent national drop over the winter of 2013/14.






    Written on Wednesday, 24 June 2015 10:39
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