Hive Chat Webinar: Wednesday, August 12

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NCSU: Apiculture Program Logo Red, White, and Black six-side shapes with bee in the center

The next Apiculture Online—Hive Chat with NC State University will be this next Wednesday, August 12, 2020, at 7 p.m. (EDT).

  • Bees in Season (what your bees are doing right now, and what you should do as a beekeeper)
  • Timely Topic (Sampling for varroa mites)
  • Guest Interview (Dr. Mike Simone-Finstrom, USDA-ARS, Baton Rouge)
  • Open Q&A session

(From NC State University Apiculture Program)– “Be on the lookout for future emails through our Wolfpack Waggle listserv disseminating the link, but for further information and regular updates can also be found on our ‘Webinars’ page on the NC State University Apiculture Program’s Extension portal site.”

Beekeeping webinars

“Because we have had such high demand and to keep things consistent among all attendees, we will be live streaming our webinar on our YouTube channel. Our Zoom platform will only have the presenters included, so all questions can be typed in the “comment” section on YouTube and we will have moderators routinely screening those questions to discuss.”

Please subscribe to the channel (so you will get automatic notification of the live stream) or log on directly.