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Monday, September 07, 2009

I'll be on a Podcast About SHB on Thursday

I'm thrilled that I've been invited by "Robo" on Beemaster to be a part of a podcast he will be presenting on Thursday, September 10 at 8 PM Eastern time.

The focus of the podcast is on the small hive beetle and how the various traps work. Jerry Freeman, developer of the Freeman Beetle Trap, will be a guest to talk about his trap and I'm supposed to talk about all the many different traps I've used and the advantages/disadvantages of each.
If you'd like to join the conversation or just listen, click HERE to find out how to call in while we are talking.

This should be fun.

1 comment:

  1. Linda I want to thank you for joining us on the podcast last night. I have been one of thousands of beekeepers who look forward to your new additions here on your blog and look forward to each and every blog you make.

    Hope to have you join in the future for each of our monthly bee podcats set up by "Robo" and a fellow member just like you on WpN.

    Your readers can listen to the podccats its entirety at

    http://animalcontrol-usa.com/smallhivebeetles091009.html

    Robb Russell
    The Wildlife Pro Network

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