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QUEEN CELL PRODUCTION POWERPOINT TUTORIAL - ROTORUA

    

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QUEEN CELL PRODUCTION POWERPOINT TUTORIAL FOR PRODUCING LARGE NUMBERS OF QUALITY QUEEN CELLS

 

One-off tutorial for commercial beekeepers & long-term experienced hobbyists. Covering colony selection, feeding & colony stimulation, natural pollen sources, royal jelly, setting up a grafting yard, starter & finisher hives, hive manipulations, cell bars & frames & essential accessories, grafting, breeder stock selection, setting up a polystyrene mini mating nuc, setting up & running mini nuc mating yard & banking queens, portable queen cell carrier, non-portable incubator, basic bee biology, & little tips.

 

Tutorial delivered in simple English, using over 250 slides, plus handout.

9.30 a.m. to approx. 2.45 p.m. with good reviews and feedback.  $190 pp.  Break for lunch.  Please bring your own refreshments & food for the day. 

 

Sunday 30 June: Rotorua (day after conference) Bridgman Rm, The Arts Village, 1240 Hinemaru St

 

Other venues considered, if reasonable support for additional tutorials. Pre-registration & payment required on confirmation, internet banking

& cheques must be cleared prior. Bookings close five days prior to tutorial or when maximum numbers reached. GST receipt secures your place. 

No photography. Note taking welcome

FOR MORE INFORMATION & REGISTRATION PLEASE CONTACT MAGGIE.  Ph (03) 324 4482 or mjqueenb@xtra.co.nz

& r24 4482 ore information & registration please contact Maggie.  Phone: (03) 324 4482   Email:     

                                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

Maggie April 201915534.docx ABC Editorial.docx


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This tutorial rapidly filling with an interesting selection of experienced beekeepers.  See Maggie April pdf in above posting for contact and essential registration details

 

Cheers.  Maggie

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Thank you Frazz.  Last year I took a tut the day after the Blenheim conference, attended by Marlborough beekeepers and others from the Nth Is.  I was really surprised that afterwards, they all sat there and had quite an informal group chat for an hour about the variances in their areas.  I have to catch a 5pm transport to Tauranga afterwards

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