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Day for Bees and Agriculture

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Day for Bees and Agriculture

Time: August 20, 2014 from 1pm to 4pm
Location: Osprey Bluffs Honey Company
Street: 634386 63 Road Grey Highlands
City/Town: Feversham ON, N0C 1C0
Website or Map: http://www.greyagservices.ca/…
Phone: 519-986-3756
Event Type: educational
Organized By: Hosted by Grey Ag Services; The Independent Commercial Beekeepers Organization; and Georgian Soil and Crop Improvement Assoc.
Latest Activity: Aug 12, 2014

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Day for Bees and Agriculture - Hosted by Grey Ag Services; The Independent Commercial Beekeepers Organization; and Georgian Soil and Crop Improvement Assoc. at Osprey Bluffs Honey Company, 634386  63 Road, Grey Highlands, ON N0C 1C0.

Topics will include Bee Education; Neonicotinoids/Bee Research and OSCIA Strip Trials; Fluency Agents; Deflector Kits for Planters; Seed Treatments; and Alternative Land Use Services Grey Bruce.  The speakers will each present short info sessions, followed by an hour of networking and conversation during refreshments.  Refreshments sponsored by ALUS and OIA Huronia Branch.

For further info please contact Grey Ag Services, 519-986-3756, info@greyagservices.ca; or Hugh Simpson, email beekeeper@ospreybluffshoney.ca.  Twitter - @Ospreybeekeeper or GBFarmersweek  #beeAg.

Please bring your own chair.

 

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