Tue, Sep 08 | Zoom link sent, day of, to those who RSVP

September meeting of Apalachee Beekeepers

Hurricanes bring wind and rain, but also help the summer heat dissipate. There's lots to do as the temperatures begin to cool down. This fall will be the same and yet very different from previous autumns. Join learn what to do and what to avoid as we prepare our hives and beeyards for next season
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Time & Location

Sep 08, 2020, 6:30 PM
Zoom link sent, day of, to those who RSVP

About the Event

It is not too early to think about how you'll get your hives strong and prepared for the coming winter. You think elections are close, "bee spring" is a little more than 120 days away. You've got a few months to get ready.

Cameron Ulrich and Charlie McCulloin will take us through what to look for in an open hive demonstration (live if weather permits). You'll have time to ask about what you're seeing -- and not seeing in the hive this time of year. Then, Tony Hogg, master beekeeper, will take us through best practices when doing your varroa mite check.

 

We will also addresses topics that have been posted on the Forum during the past month. If you have a specific question, email us before the meeting and we'll give you some advice.

Zoom sign-in link will be emailed to everyone who RSVPs, by noon on the day of the event.

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