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Stuart Anderson from the north coast of New South Wales, Australia, co-invented the Flow Hive with his son Cedar. He is a second-generation beekeeper and still marvels at what can happen when you put some time and effort into trying to improve things.
With over 75,000 customers in over 130 countries, Flow Hive has inspired tens of thousands of people to take up beekeeping. Stuart will outline Flow’s response to the needs of these newbees. Stuart will share the Flow Hive invention story, and how it differs from the Langstroth hive. Stuart is aware of most of the concerns and criticisms of the Flow Hive and wishes to address and discuss these along with topics ranging from bush fires to bees and biodiversity.
The Mite-A-Thon Summer Session
starts this Saturday, August 15th and runs until Sunday, August 30th.
Help us reach as many beekeepers as possible across North America by sharing these hive monitoring resources with fellow beekeepers!
Below is a link to a chart of the miticides registered with VDACS for controlling varroa mites.
Enter for a chance to win a $100 certificate from Dadant and a blog feature to over 100,000 followers on our social media and Pollinator Partnership blog! The award will be given to a U.S. beekeeping group and must be entered into the running by an Officer of the organization.
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