The fourth annual Vita photo competition is now open for entries to anyone with an interest in beekeeping or honeybees.
The process to gain pan-European regulatory approval for Varroa control products and honeybee treatments such as HopGuard is not easy. Yesterday the regulatory team at Vita met to discuss the next stages — residue assessment.
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Vita’s website is now available in four of the top ten languages used on the internet: English, Russian, Spanish, and French. A separate website in Italian is also available.
Beekeeping associations across the world are invited to compete for a new Vita award for honeybee health initiatives. The Awards highlight the work of beekeeping groups to combat health threats to honeybees.
The overall winner of the 2014 Vita photo Competition is Boštjan Tovornik of Slovenia. Other winners have their photos in the 2015 Vita Calendar.
Beekeepers across Europe face the threat of a new pest, the Small Hive Beetle, but a low-cost device to trap the pest is already available from Vita.
The closing date for the 2014 Vita photo competition has just passed. Winners’ photographs will appear in the 2015 Vita Calendar and there will also be a special prize for the best.
Beekeepers now have a weapon to counter the Asian hornet, a new invasive honeybee pest that is threatening honeybee colonies across Europe.
The winner of this year’s Vita Photo Competition is Trevor Fiddy with his image of honeybees lined up at the hive entrance apparently asking “Who’s first?”.
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