Evening Lectures update and recording link

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On 1st December we enjoyed an inspiring talk from Rachel Faichnie, and her research into “The importance of sustainable land management on pollinators.”

If you would like to watch a recording of Rachel’s talk, you can find it here.

“That was such an interesting meeting tonight – great start to DBSA zoom meetings.“

A date for your diary

Tuesday 2nd February at 7.30 DSBA is hosting another evening lecture on zoom.  Luke Woodford, PhD student at St Andrew’s University, has several projects on managing varroa, based on science and with a highly practical application, which would be of interest to us. 

He will also talk about his main research project into varroa control on the Isle of Arran. “Healthy honeybees: analysis of deformed wing virus populations to assess rational Varroa control”

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