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In this podcast we talk to Sam Read from Plant and food about her study of Chelifers (Pseudoscorpions)
Welcome to the sixteenth podcast from the team at kiwimana. This week we had a chat with Phil Chandler The Barefoot Beekeeper and Kevin Inglin BK Corner Podcast. Continue reading
This is our fifteenth podcast and this time we have a chat with Cody, Bryce and Bret MacCabe from Bear Country Bees. Bret and his sons run a beekeeping company in Salem, Utah which in the United States of America.
The fourteenth podcast from the the team at kiwimana. This week we are talking about the Whangarei bee club, cats and how bees control unruly kids.
Happy New year to you are your family. We hope you are managing to have a restful time and have managed to take sometime out of your busy lives.
Here are some of the highlights this year… Continue reading
The eighth podcast from the team at Kiwimana HQ. This month we discuss neonicotinoids, NZ Honey failing tests and Alternative varroa treatments.
The Kiwimana Buzz Beekeeping Podcast #6 – NBA Workshop – Political – Ministry for Primary Industries
Ministry for Primary Industries Paul Bolger – Senior Policy Analyst spoke about funding avenues and government industry agreements with proposals for industry surveillance. In terms of the industry funding, Paul explained that government more likely to support those industries who … Continue reading
Barry started the workshop by explaining that the government state that, “… “the varroa ‘problem’ is an industry problem” (and this term was used quite frequently throughout the day). Barry also stated that “…pollination not high on other agencies priorities…” Continue reading
The team at Kiwimana went along to the NBA (National Beekeepers’ Association of NZ) Workshop in Hamilton at the Claudelands Conference Centre. Continue reading
The third podcast from the team at Kiwimana HQ. Here are the links for the topics covered in this month podcast:- Send to Kindle