This classroom-based course offers beekeepers detailed information on what to expect the second year of beekeeping and beyond. The course will include: an overview of seasonal management issues, with a strong focus on spring management such as swarm management and making splits as well as pest management such as determining winter colony loss causes, and mite control/ management. The goal is for students to learn how to maximize hive health and productivity. Textbook included. email info@BurghBees.com Space is limited, So register today!
Prerequisites: BK 101 or equivalent or have kept bees at least 1 year.
Instructors: Jeff Shaw, BURGH BEES President + Various Local Burgh Bees beekeepers
Textbook: You will receive your copy of the text book at the class.
Exams: Brief quiz at the end of each session, graded in class by students.
Course Fee: includes the textbook, which will be handed out to students at the class.
Refunds: Full refund up to one week before class, 50% credit toward a future class if notice that a student is unable to attend is received less than one week before the start of the class.
Payment: To reserve your place in the class, please register online or if you prefer send a check payable to Burgh Bees to: (Beekeeping 201 Course 2019) Attn. Ted Starmack c/o Burgh Bees P.O. Box 90008, Pittsburgh PA 15224