Dr Martin Bencsik, a physicist at Nottingham Trent University, is now developing a device that can automatically detect the signs of disease in bees to give bee keepers an early warning of any infections in a colony and hopefully allow them to take action.
What does BK stand for?
BK stands for Bee Keeper
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The consultation's proposals include increasing efforts to tackle the management of the Varroa mite, with better guidance for bee keepers from the National Bee Unit (NBU) and a new training programme run by the NBU and beekeeping associations for all bee keepers.
The proposals include: Increased effort to tackle the management of the Varroa mite, including improved guidance for bee keepers from the National Bee Unit (NBU), and a new enhanced rolling training programme run by the NBU and beekeeping associations for all bee keepers; Rewarding bee farmers demonstrating good management of their hives, including reducing the number of official inspections they require from Government; Renewed emphasis on increasing our resilience and preparedness for exotic threats, such as the small hive beetle; A new welfare code to remind beekeepers of their responsibility to their bees.
THE Coventry and Warwickshire Bee Keepers have installed an observation hive in the Bee Garden at Ryton Organic Gardens, near Coventry.
PESHAWAR, March 11, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority (SMEDA) in collaboration with Bank of Khyber and All Pakistan Honey Bee Keepers, Traders & Exporters Association conducted a one day awareness seminar on Bank of Khyber microfinance facility titled Bacha Khan Khpal Rozgar Scheme.
It is the 21st century equivalent of the cane toad and the bee keepers have been saying that for some time," Milne told reporters, describing the pest as "a cane toad with wings".
Sir Edmund went from being a humble bee keeper to standing on the roof of the world.
Bee keeper Jason Clegg, who worked an Oakes allotment, said: "I think this is absolutely crazy".