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Scillonian Bee Project

[…]yields have declined and the belief is that is as a consequence of ​the bees not being able to adapt, over a period of time to the unique Scillonian weather, in particular the long dry summers. ​This is more than likely because honeybees have been imported (but luckily from varroa free locations, Colonsay, and the Isle of Man). Another part […]

Improving bees by raising your own queens

[…]is it aimed at? This course is aimed at beekeepers who: - Have several colonies. Are involved in a bee improvement group or are considering starting one. BKA teachers, demonstrators and apiary managers. It will suit those who want to raise good quality queens in batches of 6 or more by using "artificial" methods in controlled conditions. The techniques demonstrated […]

Genetic Identification and Introgression Analysis

[…]resulted in extensive introductions of two eastern European C-lineage subspecies (A. m. ligustica and A. m. carnica) into the native range of the M-lineage A. m. mellifera subspecies in Western Europe. As a consequence, replacement and gene flow between native and commercial populations have occurred at varying levels across western European populations. This system describes an essential tool in Europe […]
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BIM 45 – Spring 2015

[…]small hive beetle is in Europe to stay BIBBA members can download a pdf copy of the full magazine for personal […]

NatBIP – May 2020

[…]a document outlining its proposal for a national bee improvement programme. This document is available to be viewed on the BIBBA website. It was written with a view to informing other beekeeping associations of our plans and inviting them to contribute to the finer details of the programme. The aims of the programme are twofold; to improve the quality of […]

Section 4.14 – NatBIP 1 Record Card Instructions

[…]1 How to use This card is designed to be a multipurpose card that can be used for normal hive management as well as for bee improvement in one apiary, multiple apiaries, or in a bee improvement group. The data collected on each card is for one colony. The summaries at the end of the season can be collated onto […]
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BIBBA Opposes the Importation of Honey Bees and Queens

[…]ways. This ever-growing practice is not sustainable. It is most likely that the seriously damaging invasive pests and pathogens we currently have in our bee populations were introduced into the British Islands and Ireland through the practice of importing bees, including: Varroa destructor, (introduced in 1992. information here) Nosema Ceranae, (first detected in samples taken in 2004. Information here) Chronic […]
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September 2022 BIBBA Monthly

[…]are our honeybees to one another? – so we can make sure our honeybees are healthy and plan a bee breeding program. How far are our honeybees willing to travel? – so we can estimate where they might be finding flowers to forage on. How can we manage our beekeeping sustainably? – so we can work in harmony with our […]

How often will I receive Bee Improvement Magazine?

A How often will I receive Bee Improvement Magazine? We now plan to issue “BIBBA Monthly” by email and once a year will issue a collated print version of the best […]
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