BEEKEEPING RESEARCH ON parasites, pathogens and pesticides in NYS
Emma Mullen – Honey Bee Extension Associate: Department of Entomology at Cornell University
The Honey Bee Research and Extension Program at Cornell University is working to understand the stress factors that are impacting bees in New York State. Emma Mullen leads an ongoing research program that investigates the prevalence of Varroa mites, Nosema, 8 viruses, and pesticides in over 300 honey bee colonies across the state. In this talk, she will share her results from this research to help shed light on the prevalence of parasites, pathogens, and pesticides in NYS and what beekeepers can do to keep their colonies healthy.
Pre-register by July 27th beofre 4pm by calling the office at 315-376-5270 or to register online please click here. Payments are non-refundable. Registration allows us to communicate any cancellations or changes in arrangements.
“Please contact the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County office if you have any special needs.”
5274 Outer Stowe Street
Lowville, New York 13367