Webinar on the use of oxalic acid from Brushy Mountain Bee Farm. Registration is required, but it is free.
March 17th, 2015 at 6:00 PM EDT
Beekeepers are assessing their mite levels as their hives come out of winter. One treatment to suppress the Varroa mite is Oxalic Acid. With its high efficacy and low risk of contamination, many beekeepers are looking to use it this year. We have brought in an expert panelist, Marion Ellis Ph.D, to better explain the use of Oxalic Acid. As an entomologist, his research into the effects of varroa and other parasites on honey bee colonies have given beekeepers insight into better hive management.
Register here for free. After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining our webinar.