EAS 2019 | Talks & Sessions - Show By Track

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  8:45 AM to 9:15 AM


Speaker Title Best Management Practices

        Keynote | Dewey Caron

  9:15 AM to 9:45 AM


Speaker Title Honey Bee Health Coalition

        Keynote | Matthew Mullica

  9:45 AM to 10:45 AM


Speaker Title Oxalic Acid Trials - (And Tribulations) Go With What We Know Works

        Keynote | Jen Berry

  11:15 AM to 12:00 AM


Speaker Title Spell Bee - 51 Years Later - I Am Still Learning

    Special Invited Presentation
        Keynote | Mike Gardner


  8:45 AM to 9:40 AM


Speaker Title 2 Million Blossoms - Protecting Our Pollinators

        Keynote | Kirsten Traynor

  9:50 AM to 10:40 AM


Speaker Title USDA - Genes, Germs And Stress: Helping Bees To Help Themselves

        Keynote | Jay Evans


  8:35 AM to 9:35 AM


Speaker Title The Greatest Generation: Protecting Our Winter Bees

    In the summer, a honey bee colony is like a flowing river - new bees move in, and old bees die off. The colony grows as individuals change over. During winter, however, this flow of bees stops. A single generation is responsible for getting the colony through the most difficult season. These bees store food, create their own heat, and raise the first generations of spring bees to start the cycle again. We will talk about the winter bee - why are they special, why they struggle, and how we can help this extra important generation
        Keynote | Meghan Milbrath

  9:35 AM to 10:25 AM


Speaker Title What BeeInformed Survey Says About Bee Health

        Keynote | Geoff Williams