Analia Manriquez

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Monday, 05 October 2015 15:22


Clarence  Valley beekeepers are invited   to a seminar about  American foulbrood and other pests and diseases of bees organized  the Department of Primary Industries, at the Greenridge Hall on the Casino Coraki Rd, Casino on Tuesday October 13, 2015 starting at 9.30am. More information and inscription please call Anne Webster, Senior Inspector Regulatory, Coffs Harbour on +61 2 6650 3111.

Monday, 05 October 2015 15:11


Shrikant Gajbhiye, 29,  electrical engineer from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT), happened to learn bee keeping during a five-day hobby course at Pune while doing his MBA at IIM Kozhikode.  He has launched a company named 'Bee The Change'i. Besides helping farmers in Vidarbha, Sindhudurg, Pali, Khopoli and Virar increase yields of their crops, he is also producing and selling honey and bee-wax under 'Bee the Change' brand. To begin with, Gajbhiye started networking with farmers from Pauni village, about 80 km from Nagpur, in Bhandara district. About 25-30 farmers in the area, after taking proper training in bee keeping, installed the bee boxes in their fields. Many of them already seen a 200-300% rise in yields of vegetables like bitter gourd, drum sticks, cow pea beans, capsicum and fruits like guava, papaya, lemon and banana.

Release permits for planting genetically modified soybeans in Campeche will be disastrous, as it will lose a market that generates foreign exchange by US $ 147 million, will result in the disappearance of more than half of the twenty plants exporting plants of the country and put at risk thousands of beekeepers in the Yucatan Peninsula, said Luis Villela Ramos, manager of the Mexican Association of Exporters of Honey. In Europe, he said, seven of  10 consumers reject GMOs, and that is the main market for Mexican honey. In 2014 about 33 thousand tons were exported and this year is estimated to reach 40,000, and although international prices fell, revenue beekeepers are a good incentive to care more invoicing

Monday, 05 October 2015 15:01


In Campeche Honey and Wax cooperative 3,700 tons of honey were sold with a value between 2,500 and 3,300 dollars per ton

Monday, 05 October 2015 14:54


Fifteenth edition of the First Cut of honey from October 9 to 12, 2015

Sunday, 04 October 2015 12:21


The crime wave is proving a headache for the police force at Swan Hill, a country town about 220 miles northwest of Melbourne. More than 150 hives have been stolen in six separate robberies, said Detective Leading Senior Constable Mal Simpson. In the largest theft, about 60 went missing.

Sunday, 04 October 2015 12:17


Organized by The Brazos Valley Beekeepers Association at the Sam Rayburn Middle School,  1048 N Earl Rudder Fwy, Bryan, TX 77802 on October 10, 2015. For more information and registration please call Dalene Barnes  at (979) 220-2790 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Onslow County Beekeepers Association is seeking teen applicants for the 2016 OCBA Apprenticeship Program. At least two 13 to 18-year-old Onslow County residents will be selected to complete a mentoring program, classes and participate in club meetings to learn about the craft. Upon completion of the apprenticeship, selectees will be certified beekeepers, own all necessary beekeeping equipment and will help Onslow County maintain its pollinator population. Last year three applicants were chosen, earned certified beekeeper certificates and are managing their own hives. Apprentices will attend the OCBA Beekeeping Short Course at no cost.

The Rural Environment Ministry has begun distributing to commercial   beekeepers located  in municipalities where this invasive species nests were detected,  1,500 attractant traps . The purpose of this measure is to strengthen the existing vespa velutina control program  to capture queens in the fall, at which time they are outside the nest until the time of hibernation.

The Organic  beekeeping Urzapa started this year to export bee swarms and queen bees to a major French company of bee products, settled north of the Pyrenees, near Pau. It was in 2014 when the export of ecological queens in Spain aroused the interest of this company in the neighboring country with which Urzapa closed a five-year contract that began with the sending of 150 swarms and 50 queens last June.

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