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ONLINE SEMINAR ON USE OF FORMIC ACID AND SUCCESSFUL BEEKEEPING

Are now available any time any where: BY PHONE AND WEBSITE for individuals or groups.

STEP ONE

Decide where, when and for whom you want to do it.
In your house for you ONLY or few friends, all you need is every one brings their laptop and you put my call on loud speaker.

In a community centre for your bee club, or at a state or national convention . A community centre may have over head projection system to be linked to http://www.mitegone.com You will need a projecting equipment and a loud speaker connection to the phone I call you on, and knowledgeable person to move on the web and conduct the Question period. While I will do the presentation via Phone. Preview seminar for organizer is available.

STEP TWO

Decide on length of program:
For initial: Why we lose bees and how to use Mitegone Plan 45 minutes. You should plan an additional 15 minutes of Question and Answer period.

FOR any additional or pre sessions:
Buy the 95 min. Instructional Video in DVD

Select from the Video Content sections you want to use, play it and figure out the time required.

You may select to do it in two or more parts.

STEP THREE

Arrange for a loud speaker phone and web projection. Book time for it in the hall and with us.

QUESTION PERIOD


With BILL RUZICKA in BC CANADA pacific time.
Have participants prepare their questions in writing
For you to ask them on loud speaker for all to hear.

THAT IS ALL.

SUBJECTS INCLUDED AND DISCUSSED IN SEMINAR:

  • Simplified Treatment Method for Varroa and Tracheal mites.
  • Why we have resistance and how to avoid it.
  • Contamination of equipment by pesticides.
  • When to treat, missing the “Cue” and re-infestation.
  • How to test, how many, and when.
  • Testing for resistance and treatment efficacy.
  • Why we use formic acid in treating varroa mites organically.
  • Various methods of treating bees for varroa mites.
  • Effect of screen bottoms on fumigation and evaporation treatments.
  • How to eliminate negative aspects for which formic acid is blamed.
  • Safe use and handling of liquid formic acid.
  • Status of formic acid use in the USA, Canada and worldwide

The speaker, Bill Ruzicka, is a professional engineer who in 1980 became a bee breeder. He operated 500 hives for pollination and bee stock production in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia Canada and produces 500 super nukes for Alberta each year. He is a keeper of “Vernon Bee Stock.” His operations are highly mechanized and extremely organized reflecting his years as an aircraft engineer. Bill holds a patent to the biological control of Varroa using the fungus Hirsutella Thompsonii. In search for a better formic acid treatment suitable for a commercial operation, he evaluated many existing methods of treatment and compiled a set of principles for successful treatment. The formic acid treatment he developed is now used in Canada, USA, New Zealand, Argentina and Europe. Since 2002 thirty seminars were held in New Zealand, 50 in the USA and Canada, 4 in Europe, 5 in ST Lucia, and 10 in Argentina including several states, national and regional conventions.

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