Summary Since varroa was discovered in the UK in 1992 many approaches have been adopted to minimise the effect of the parasite and its devastating impact on our bees and the craft. Recent discoveries recognise that some bees may be developing their own mechanisms to deal with the mite. It
Amanda Jobbins, SVP of Marketing and Business Development, Oracle, uses augmented reality to bring a smart beehive to the OpenWorld Middle East main stage to show how AI and machine learning applied to The World Bee Project. It’s frightening to think what the world would be like without bees. A number
Bees and other pollinators enable plants to produce seeds and reproduce. Without pollination we cannot sustain global food security, crop production, livelihoods, wild plant diversity, ecosystem balance, healthy soils and clean air. In fact, without pollination we cannot ensure our own survival on earth. Let’s Save Bees to Save Ourselves!
Hugely popular, our Beginners Course is perfect for both non-beekeepers who are looking to become beekeepers and those who started with their first colony during the last twelve months without having completed a course. It runs on Wednesday evenings for seven weeks , starting March 11th, with each class covering a
By kind permission of Everton Nurseries. SO41 0JZ Saturday 4th January 2020 With over 20 classes to enter, this event will enable all members to exhibit their prowess in honey and hive related products along with their culinary and other skills. Follow the guidelines to showing and exhibiting as recently divulged at our October
Christine Coulsting and Terry Mullarney from Romsey Beekeepers were welcomed to this month’s meeting at which Christine gave a most enlightening presentation on the current developments of the Asian Hornet incursion into the UK, followed by Terry running a workshop at which members made their own Asian Hornet traps ready
On July 3rd, the NBU confirmed a sighting of an individual female Asian Hornet in New Milton, Hants, after it was reported by a member of the public. Based on visual examination, the hornet is likely to be a queen. Follow this link for full details: www.gov.uk/government/news/asian-hornet-identified-in-south-hampshire All beekeepers are advised