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Beekeeping: Maintaining Your Hive

Jun17

Date:
Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Time:
6:30pm–8:30pm

Location:
Main Campus—Buchanan Hall 108

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After installing a hive, now what? What could possibly go wrong? Will my bee hive make it through winter? Maintaining a hive can be more challenging than installing it. Learn how to troubleshoot your hive during the summer months. Explore requeening and the best time to do it, how to split hives and make increases, how to catch swarms and trap them. Discover the option of nucleus and double nucleus hives, and how to use a queen castle and make queens. Prerequisite: Beekeeping for Beginners or hive owners.

Pre-registration required.

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  1. continuing education
  2. continuing education life and leisure
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