October Hive-Side Chat Webinar: “Asian Hornets: What are they, where are they, and what do they do to honey bees?”
October Hive-Side Chat
Asian Hornets: What are they, where are they, and what do they do to honey bees?
Join us for a monthly ‘Hive-side Chat’ where our Alberta Tech Transfer Program (TTP) lead Dr. Renata Borba will cover various topics related to honey bee health, biology, pathology (and more!), through a series of engaging on-line webinars. The Hive-side Chat will start with a Q&A session where Renata will answer some of your pre-submitted questions, followed by a presentation on the main topic and another Q&A session.
OCTOBER Hive-side Chat special guest, Dr. Gard Otis from the University of Guelph, will be covering the topic: “Asian Hornets: What are they, where are they, and what do they do to honey bees?”. If there is a topic that you would like to know about Asian hornets, please send your questions or curiosities directly to Dr. Otis (email@example.com), and he will make sure to address it in his presentation.
Hive-side Chat: Asian Hornets: What are they, where are they, and what do they do to honey bees
- Thursday, October 22, 2020
- 5:30 pm
- Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86192009840?pwd=aVVlcXlERmFBQUFVYnVnSU91YkZHZz09
- Zoom passcode: 402581
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Ask me Anything… and I will try to answer….
Have you observed some interesting behavior in your honey bee colonies, or perhaps have some questions on the best strategy to deal with a particular pest or pathogen? Well the ‘Hive-Side Chat’ webinar series is the perfect opportunity to have your questions answered with the opportunity to pre-submit your questions prior to the event by emailing them directly to Renata at firstname.lastname@example.org. When submitting your questions, please add “ Hive-side chat – Ask me anything” as the subject line.
The Hive-side Chat series is free and all beekeepers are welcome!