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  • Analia Manriquez MEXICO- GOVERNMENT OFFICE BLOCKS FOUR MUNICIPALITIES OF YUCATAN DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF AETHINA TUMIDA Written by Analia Manriquez

    MEXICO- GOVERNMENT OFFICE  BLOCKS FOUR MUNICIPALITIES OF YUCATAN DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF AETHINA TUMIDA

    Due to the presence of the plague known as the small hive beetle, beekeeping entity was quarantined by the Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA). The above, prevents producers for the production of honey, to mobilize their apiaries in the municipalities of Victoria, Padilla, Güemez and Llera said the former leader of beekeepers, Tomás Anaya Berrones.






    Written on Saturday, 06 September 2014 10:45
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  • Analia Manriquez SPAIN- VESPA VELUTINA EXPANDS THEIR PRESENCE IN CATALUNYA Written by Analia Manriquez

    SPAIN- VESPA VELUTINA EXPANDS THEIR PRESENCE IN CATALUNYA

    Beekeepers in Girona have located specimens of this invasive species in the Alt Empordà, Ripollès Garrotxa Garrotxa and the Garrotxa. Moreover, from the Association of Beekeepers say that wasps could reach the Barcelona areas of Osona and Bages






    Written on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 10:53
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  • Analia Manriquez SPAIN- ONE QUARTER OF THE BEEHIVES IN GALICIA ARE AFFECTED BY VESPA VELUTINA Written by Analia Manriquez

    SPAIN- ONE QUARTER OF THE BEEHIVES  IN  GALICIA ARE AFFECTED BY VESPA VELUTINA

    The Galician Beekeepers Association estimates that between 20,000 and 25,000 hives in Galicia have been attacked in recent weeks by the Asian hornet, especially in the municipalities of Vivero, Burela and Foz. "There are 109,000 registered hives of bees and one in four is damaged by the Asian hornet, between 20,000 and 25,000" calculated the technical secretary of the organization, Xesús Asorey






    Written on Wednesday, 20 August 2014 11:24
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  • Analia Manriquez USA- IS NOT CLEAR THE CAUSE OF THE HONEYBEES DEATH IN OREGON Written by Analia Manriquez

    USA- IS NOT CLEAR THE CAUSE OF THE HONEYBEES DEATH IN OREGON

    Although a veteran commercial beekeeper said “classic starvation” induced by inexperienced hobbyists killed thousands of honey bees in Clackamas County this summer, a retired entomology professor who examined the hives said the case isn’t that simple. Dewey Caron, who has 40 years experience working with honey bees, said there’s no evidence to blame beginning beekeepers for the deaths, which prompted an intensive investigation and laboratory analysis by the Oregon Department of Agriculture. “We do not know what happened,” Caron said. “It doesn’t completely fit starvation and it doesn’t completely fit pesticides. We no more know that it was the beekeepers’ fault than it was an accident, happenstance or one of the things that happen to living animals.”






    Written on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 18:30
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