Sat, 10 Sept|
U3A classroom and carpark
Spring Beehive Management SEPT morning
What is happening in your beehive in Spring? A LOT! What is the best way to manage your bees? Do my bees have enough nectar and pollen? How can I reduce swarming? When should I do my pest and disease inspection? When should I requeen? Can I split my hive? When do I put on a honey super?
Time & Location
10 Sept 2022, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
U3A classroom and carpark, 22 Golden Grove Rd, Modbury North SA 5092, Australia
About the event
Want an enjoyable morning learning more about your bees?
Not sure what to do in Spring? Swarming? Brood inspection? Honey super? Split my hive? Requeen?
Then this "Morning in the Apiary" with Phil Marshall is for you.
The main focus is the Spring Beehive Management:
- How to assess the nutritional needs of your bees.
- Practical steps to reduce swarming.
- Learn more about your Spring pest and disease inspection.
- How to split my hive.
- When do I add a honey super?
- Exotic pest inspection - Sugar Shake for varroa mite.
Book a visit to the Adelaide Bee Sales Teaching Apiary and learn more.
We cater for traditional and Flow Hive beekeepers.
Bring your clean bee suit (washed) and wear covered-in shoes. We provide gloves, hive tools and smokers.
Subject to the weather. The day will be rescheduled if raining.
Safety: This is a "hands-on" event. Bee stings are possible. Participate at your own risk.
Spring Beehive Management
This ticket includes practical experience with live bees. Bee stings are possible. Participate at your own risk.$97.00Tax: GST included