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UBKA Winter Webinars 2021 – “Key Concepts For Every Bee-Keeper” Tuesday 19th January: Impact of Pesticides on Bees with Jeff Pettis We know that pesticides in the environment can harm bees. Jeff will cover someof the ways pesticides and bees interact and a unique defence strategy that beeshave to isolate contaminated pollen called entoumbed pollen. …

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UBKA Winter Webinars 2021 – “Key Concepts For Every Bee-Keeper” Tuesday 12th January: New Year Management with Ged Marshall – Everything you need to do before your bees start moving up into the first super. – Prepare for the season ahead and pre-empt problems. – Ged uses over-wintered nucs as part of his system and …

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UBKA Winter Webinars 2021 – “Key Concepts For Every Bee-Keeper” Thursday 11th February: Swarm Control with Ged Marshall Swarm control without the nine day checks . . .how to survive the Summer without repeatedly inspecting the brood chambers and still get large yields. Register on Zoom All Webinars areFREEand will commence at 8pm with a …

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UBKA Winter Webinars 2021 – “Key Concepts For Every Bee-Keeper” Wednesday 3rd February: Queen Management Essentials with Juliana Rangel How to manage queens successfully including some of the common causes of queen problems. Juliana will show us how to determine whether a queen is aging appropriately and if her colony is doing well, or if …

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UBKA Winter Webinars 2021 – “Key Concepts For Every Bee-Keeper” Thursday 18th February: Why are Queens Failing with Jeff Pettis Are your queens not living as long as in the past? Do your colonies fail to Re-queen themselves after a swarm leaves or when you expect a queenless nucto rear a new queen? Queen problems …

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UBKA Winter Webinars 2021 – “Key Concepts For Every Bee-Keeper” Wednesday 27th January: Landscape and Bees with Jane Stout Bees are highly mobile organisms and use different habitats in the landscape for feeding, nesting, mating and overwintering. The diversity and arrangement of different types of habitat, and its quality in terms of providing resources for …

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