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61st Annual Delegate Meeting of the BBKA

“We believe we will be able to hold the spring module exams on the weekend of 24th and 25th April 2021 using online invigilation, so people can take module exams online in their own homes. Unfortunately, we will not be offering the module exams as written papers this spring due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. …

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“We believe we will be able to hold the spring module exams on the weekend of 24th and 25th April 2021 using online invigilation, so people can take module exams online in their own homes. Unfortunately, we will not be offering the module exams as written papers this spring due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation. …

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Discusses how viruses were first discovered in plants (Tobacco Mosaic virus) long before they could be visualised.  Early days of discovering infective organisms and using microscopes.  Mentions  Robert Hooke, Van Leeuwenhoek and Pasteur.  How viruses such as smallpox, polio, yellow fever, foot and mouth, flu and now Corona SARS 2 have impacted the history of the world.  Are viruses really …

Viruses – What are they and what impact do they have on bees and human life? Read More »

Zoom Webinar by Pam hunter talk: Oil Seed rape – a Blessing or a curse? Discusses the fascinating history of this ubiquitous crop and how it has evolved.  Its value to bees and the beekeeper.  The value of rape seed oil worldwide, its nutritional value and how modifications have been made are all included.  How to manage colonies …

Oil Seed rape – a Blessing or a curse? Read More »