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1st Treatment free conference in a German speaking country

 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:42 pm    Post subject: 1st Treatment free conference in a German speaking country Reply with quote

Bee conference „Treatment free beekeeping“

Treatment Free Beekeeping has again become the norm in many countries. At this conference scientists and beekeepers will inform you about their successfull methods. We will present various interest groups from past-time beekeepers to professionals from backyard beekeepers to commercial beekeepers and take into account various forms of beekeeping from framehive to loghive beekeeping.The respectful handling of the bees being such unique and continuously fascinating creatures will be the core subject of all contributions to our conference.

Start: Sa, 7. April 2018, 9 Uhr
End: So, 8. April 2018, 17 Uhr

Location
Conference hotel "Wende"
Seestraße 40,
7100 Neusiedl am See/ Austria

Fee:
€ 210,- if you register until 21.2.2018,
€ 240,- from 22.2.2018 (including refreshments coffee/tea, fruit/cake; lunch buffet; mineral water, fruit juice)

deadline: 31.3.2018, capacity: 250 participants

Registration gabi.dorn@gmx.at

Overnight
hotel-wende

Speaker list:
Heidi Herrmann, England

John Kefuss, France
„Selection for Varroa Black Holes“

Juhani Lunden, Finnland
“Best bees without treatment“

Erik Österlund, Sweden
"Erik’s journey to treatment free beekeeping"

Jürgen Küppers, Germany
“Imkerei heute und Zukunftsaussichten“

Markus Bärmann, Germany
"Bienenwachs von der Wiege bis zum Sterbebett. Die
Bedeutung des Bienenwachs in einer erfolgreichen behandlungsfreien Imkerei"

André Wermelinger, Switzerland
„Honigbiene: Intensivste Nutztierhaltung“

Antonio Gurliaccio und Moses M. Mrohs, Germany
„Wir stellen die Klotzbeute auf den Kopf“ Wir verbessern/revolutionieren die Klotzbeute „Zeidler Art“ nach wissenschaftlichen Kriterien, damit sie die Funktionalität einer „echten/natürlichen“ Baumhöhle erreicht

Torben Schiffer, Germany
"Das Ökosystem im Bienenstock; warum moderne Beutensysteme die Honigbiene krank machen und ihre Überlebenswahrscheinlichkeit minimieren"

Piotr Pilasiewicz, Polen
"Protection of local bee species in Poland"

Bartek Pan Truten, Polen
Natural Selection Project "Fort Knox"

Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wimmer, Austria
„Gesamtjahresplan für gesunde Bienen mit Varroa Controller und Duplex-Wabentasche - und die Varroa-Milbe hat keine Chance!“
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