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 Bee smarts - PSA series
 Bees and honey
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Group Title: Fact sheet - Florida Cooperative Extension Service, University of Florida - ENY-112
Title: Extension apicultural visual aids
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Alternate Title: EDIS fact sheet ENY-112
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Language: English
Creator: Sanford, Malcolm T ( Malcolm Thomas ), 1942-
Publisher: University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, EDIS
Place of Publication: <Gainesville Fla.>
Publication Date: <1995>-
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Statement of Responsibility: Malcolm T. Sanford.
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General Note: "This document is Fact Sheet ENY-112, a series of the Entomology and Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date, October 1992. Revised March 1995."--Footnote.
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Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Africanized bee alert
        Page 1
    Africanized bee awareness
        Page 1
    Africanized bees and bee mites: Challenges facing U.S. beekeeping
        Page 1
    Africanized honey bees and other stinging insects
        Page 1
    Bee smarts - PSA series
        Page 2
    Bees and honey
        Page 2
    Bees and honey series
        Page 2
    Beginning beekeeping
        Page 2
    Biology and control of Varroa jacobsoni
        Page 2
    Citrus honey
        Page 2
    Controlling honey bee emergencies
        Page 2
    A glimpse of Florida beekeeping
        Page 2
    A golden opportunity
        Page 2
    Honey bee tracheal mite
        Page 3
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HISTORIC NOTE


The publications in this collection do
not reflect current scientific knowledge
or recommendations. These texts
represent the historic publishing
record of the Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences and should be
used only to trace the historic work of
the Institute and its staff. Current IFAS
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site maintained by the Florida
Cooperative Extension Service.






Copyright 2005, Board of Trustees, University
of Florida







UNIVERSITY OF Fact Sheet ENY-112
UNIVERSITY OF

''FLORIDA

Florida Cooperative Extension Service



Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes1

Malcolm T. Sanford2


Visual aids are available for Florida use only; they
cannot be shipped out of state. Please limit requests
to two (2) per month, list an alternate show date, and
do not reserve more than three (3) months ahead of
time. Requests must be made on order forms
available from IFAS Educational Media and Services
Library, IFAS Bldg. 116, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611. The library also has other
audio visual materials covering a wide range of topics.
A free catalog is available by writing the above
address.

Remember that your local County Cooperative
Extension Service office will generally provide
assistance in ordering visual aids. You can expect
better service and quicker turn around when dealing
with a local office. They also may be able to help
with equipment and/or provide meeting facilities on
occasion.

AFRICANIZED BEE ALERT

Catalog #: VT-172
Length: 20 min.
Source: USDA 1986
Description: DLs cibi the Africanized honey bee
and its potential impact on Central America and
the U S.


AFRICANIZED BEE AWARENESS

* Catalog #: VT-311
* Length: 15 min.
* Source: Florida Dept. of Agriculture and
Consumer Affairs
* Description: Presents issues of concern to the
Legislature about the African Honey Bee. It
includes interviews with IFAS and Division of
Plant Industry personnel in the search to find
acceptable answers to the invasion of the African
Honey Bee.

AFRICANIZED BEES AND BEE MITES:
CHALLENGES FACING U.S. BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-215
* Length: ---
* Source: Ohio Coop. Extension Serv. 1987
* Description: A satellite video program discussing
the effects of mites and African Bees on the
beekeeping industry.

AFRICANIZED HONEY BEES AND OTHER
STINGING INSECTS

* Catalog #: VT-1044
* Length: 1 hour (approximate total time)
* Source: Ohio State University/CES/USDA 1993
* Description: Discusses stinging insects in five
segments:


1. This document is Fact Sheet ENY-112, a series of the Entomology and Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date: October 1992. Revised: March 1995.
2. Malcolm T. Sanford, professor, Department of Entomology & Nematology, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611.
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer authorized to provide research, educational
information and other services only to individuals and institutions that function without regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap, or national
origin. For information on obtaining other extension publications, contact your county Cooperative Extension Service office.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences / University of Florida / Christine Taylor Stephens, Dean







UNIVERSITY OF Fact Sheet ENY-112
UNIVERSITY OF

''FLORIDA

Florida Cooperative Extension Service



Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes1

Malcolm T. Sanford2


Visual aids are available for Florida use only; they
cannot be shipped out of state. Please limit requests
to two (2) per month, list an alternate show date, and
do not reserve more than three (3) months ahead of
time. Requests must be made on order forms
available from IFAS Educational Media and Services
Library, IFAS Bldg. 116, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611. The library also has other
audio visual materials covering a wide range of topics.
A free catalog is available by writing the above
address.

Remember that your local County Cooperative
Extension Service office will generally provide
assistance in ordering visual aids. You can expect
better service and quicker turn around when dealing
with a local office. They also may be able to help
with equipment and/or provide meeting facilities on
occasion.

AFRICANIZED BEE ALERT

Catalog #: VT-172
Length: 20 min.
Source: USDA 1986
Description: DLs cibi the Africanized honey bee
and its potential impact on Central America and
the U S.


AFRICANIZED BEE AWARENESS

* Catalog #: VT-311
* Length: 15 min.
* Source: Florida Dept. of Agriculture and
Consumer Affairs
* Description: Presents issues of concern to the
Legislature about the African Honey Bee. It
includes interviews with IFAS and Division of
Plant Industry personnel in the search to find
acceptable answers to the invasion of the African
Honey Bee.

AFRICANIZED BEES AND BEE MITES:
CHALLENGES FACING U.S. BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-215
* Length: ---
* Source: Ohio Coop. Extension Serv. 1987
* Description: A satellite video program discussing
the effects of mites and African Bees on the
beekeeping industry.

AFRICANIZED HONEY BEES AND OTHER
STINGING INSECTS

* Catalog #: VT-1044
* Length: 1 hour (approximate total time)
* Source: Ohio State University/CES/USDA 1993
* Description: Discusses stinging insects in five
segments:


1. This document is Fact Sheet ENY-112, a series of the Entomology and Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date: October 1992. Revised: March 1995.
2. Malcolm T. Sanford, professor, Department of Entomology & Nematology, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611.
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer authorized to provide research, educational
information and other services only to individuals and institutions that function without regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap, or national
origin. For information on obtaining other extension publications, contact your county Cooperative Extension Service office.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences / University of Florida / Christine Taylor Stephens, Dean







UNIVERSITY OF Fact Sheet ENY-112
UNIVERSITY OF

''FLORIDA

Florida Cooperative Extension Service



Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes1

Malcolm T. Sanford2


Visual aids are available for Florida use only; they
cannot be shipped out of state. Please limit requests
to two (2) per month, list an alternate show date, and
do not reserve more than three (3) months ahead of
time. Requests must be made on order forms
available from IFAS Educational Media and Services
Library, IFAS Bldg. 116, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611. The library also has other
audio visual materials covering a wide range of topics.
A free catalog is available by writing the above
address.

Remember that your local County Cooperative
Extension Service office will generally provide
assistance in ordering visual aids. You can expect
better service and quicker turn around when dealing
with a local office. They also may be able to help
with equipment and/or provide meeting facilities on
occasion.

AFRICANIZED BEE ALERT

Catalog #: VT-172
Length: 20 min.
Source: USDA 1986
Description: DLs cibi the Africanized honey bee
and its potential impact on Central America and
the U S.


AFRICANIZED BEE AWARENESS

* Catalog #: VT-311
* Length: 15 min.
* Source: Florida Dept. of Agriculture and
Consumer Affairs
* Description: Presents issues of concern to the
Legislature about the African Honey Bee. It
includes interviews with IFAS and Division of
Plant Industry personnel in the search to find
acceptable answers to the invasion of the African
Honey Bee.

AFRICANIZED BEES AND BEE MITES:
CHALLENGES FACING U.S. BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-215
* Length: ---
* Source: Ohio Coop. Extension Serv. 1987
* Description: A satellite video program discussing
the effects of mites and African Bees on the
beekeeping industry.

AFRICANIZED HONEY BEES AND OTHER
STINGING INSECTS

* Catalog #: VT-1044
* Length: 1 hour (approximate total time)
* Source: Ohio State University/CES/USDA 1993
* Description: Discusses stinging insects in five
segments:


1. This document is Fact Sheet ENY-112, a series of the Entomology and Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date: October 1992. Revised: March 1995.
2. Malcolm T. Sanford, professor, Department of Entomology & Nematology, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611.
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer authorized to provide research, educational
information and other services only to individuals and institutions that function without regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap, or national
origin. For information on obtaining other extension publications, contact your county Cooperative Extension Service office.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences / University of Florida / Christine Taylor Stephens, Dean







UNIVERSITY OF Fact Sheet ENY-112
UNIVERSITY OF

''FLORIDA

Florida Cooperative Extension Service



Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes1

Malcolm T. Sanford2


Visual aids are available for Florida use only; they
cannot be shipped out of state. Please limit requests
to two (2) per month, list an alternate show date, and
do not reserve more than three (3) months ahead of
time. Requests must be made on order forms
available from IFAS Educational Media and Services
Library, IFAS Bldg. 116, University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32611. The library also has other
audio visual materials covering a wide range of topics.
A free catalog is available by writing the above
address.

Remember that your local County Cooperative
Extension Service office will generally provide
assistance in ordering visual aids. You can expect
better service and quicker turn around when dealing
with a local office. They also may be able to help
with equipment and/or provide meeting facilities on
occasion.

AFRICANIZED BEE ALERT

Catalog #: VT-172
Length: 20 min.
Source: USDA 1986
Description: DLs cibi the Africanized honey bee
and its potential impact on Central America and
the U S.


AFRICANIZED BEE AWARENESS

* Catalog #: VT-311
* Length: 15 min.
* Source: Florida Dept. of Agriculture and
Consumer Affairs
* Description: Presents issues of concern to the
Legislature about the African Honey Bee. It
includes interviews with IFAS and Division of
Plant Industry personnel in the search to find
acceptable answers to the invasion of the African
Honey Bee.

AFRICANIZED BEES AND BEE MITES:
CHALLENGES FACING U.S. BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-215
* Length: ---
* Source: Ohio Coop. Extension Serv. 1987
* Description: A satellite video program discussing
the effects of mites and African Bees on the
beekeeping industry.

AFRICANIZED HONEY BEES AND OTHER
STINGING INSECTS

* Catalog #: VT-1044
* Length: 1 hour (approximate total time)
* Source: Ohio State University/CES/USDA 1993
* Description: Discusses stinging insects in five
segments:


1. This document is Fact Sheet ENY-112, a series of the Entomology and Nematology Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service,
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date: October 1992. Revised: March 1995.
2. Malcolm T. Sanford, professor, Department of Entomology & Nematology, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611.
The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer authorized to provide research, educational
information and other services only to individuals and institutions that function without regard to race, color, sex, age, handicap, or national
origin. For information on obtaining other extension publications, contact your county Cooperative Extension Service office.
Florida Cooperative Extension Service / Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences / University of Florida / Christine Taylor Stephens, Dean







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

Africanized Bees-Learning to Live with
Them, 21 minutes;
Africanized Honey Bees-Destroying
Africanized Bee Hives, 15 minutes;
How to Get Started-Bees From A Building,
18 minutes;
The Sting-Ground Nesting Yellow Jackets, 6
minutes;
The Sting-The Hornet's Highrise Hive, 8
minutes


Page 2


BIOLOGY AND CONTROL OF VARROA
JACOBSONI

Catalog #: VT-171
Length: 28 min.
Source: Bayer 1986
Description: DL scrib i the biology of the Varroa
honey bee mite and its control by a specific
product manufactured by Bayer.


CITRUS HONEY


BEE SMARTS PSA SERIES


* Catalog #: VT-247
* Length: 8 x :30 spots
* Source: Dept of Ag. Comm\TAMU 1992
* Description: Eight 30 second spots, four in
English and four in Spanish, about the invasion of
the Africanized Bee into the United States.

BEES AND HONEY

* Catalog #: VT-474
* Length: 17 min.
* Source: Sioux Honey Assn.
* Description: Shows bees' contributions to man
through making honey and cross-pollinating
plants.

BEES AND HONEY SERIES
(all 6 programs)

* Introduction, Equipment, Site Selection,
Management, Honey Pir c \ssin'. Diseases & Pests
* Catalog #: VT-246
* Length: 3 hours
* Source: WGTV/Univ. of Georgia 1977
* Description: A beginning guide to beekeeping.

BEGINNING BEEKEEPING

* Catalog #: VT-039
* Length: 23 min.
* Source: IFAS Editorial 1979
* Description: Introduces the hobby of beekeeping.
Included are basic facts about bees and their
habits, a practical guide to setting up and
maintaining the hive and some of the different
kinds of honey which bees produce from various
flowering plants. Features excellent close-up
photography of bees at work.


* Catalog #: MP-415
* Length: 12 min.
* Source: Florida Cooperative Extension 1971
* Description: Florida's citrus industry is interlaced
with another important industry--citrus honey.
This is the story of the interworking of the two
and their mutual importance.

CONTROLLING HONEY BEE EMERGENCIES

* Catalog #: VT-378
* Length: 29 minutes
* Source: A.I. Root Co.
* Description: Training fire departments in the use
of soapy water to control honey bee populations,
both managed and unmanaged. This tape is good
for establishing standard operating procedures
(SOP) for firefighting units and the information
becomes more important as the African honey
bee invades the U.S.

GLIMPSE OF FLORIDA BEEKEEPING, A

* Catalog #: VT-297
* Length: 16 min.
* Source: IFAS 1989
* Description: An overview of the beekeeping
industry in Florida. The insect's agricultural
benefits and problems such as the bee mite and
the African bee.

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY, A

* Catalog # VT-250
* Length: 11:53 min.
* Source: National Honey Board/Farace Photo
1988
* Description: D~i scib s the programs and
activities of the National Honey Board.







Extension Apicultural Visual Aids: Video Tapes

HONEY BEE TRACHEAL MITE

Catalog #: VT-086
Length: ---
Source: IFAS Editorial
Description: Information on discovery and effects
of the honey bee tracheal mite.

JUST ADD HONEY

Catalog #: VT-248
Length: 23 minutes
Source: The National Honey Board
Description: Shows uses of honey in cooking.


MODERN BEE BREEDING


* Catalog #: VT-475
* Length: 21 min.
* Source: --
* Description: B & W. English film describing
artificial bee breeding techniques being studied at
Rosenthal Experiment Station.

POLLINATION OF ALFALFA BY HONEYBEES

* Catalog #: VT-476
* Length: 28 min.
* Source: Hercules Powder Company
* Description: Amazing close-up of a bee actually
stinging a human hand. Goes on to demonstrate
the other side of bees--their vast agricultural
value in the pollination process.

PRIDE

* Catalog #: VT-429
* Length: ---
* Source: National Honey Board 1992
* Description: D sclrib s the pride in product and
quality every beekeeper should strive for.
Dsclibs, proper use of chemicals and honey
packaging.

QUEEN, THE: FINDING, MARKING,
CLIPPING

* Catalog #: VT-379
* Length: 24 minutes
* Source: University of Illinois
* Description: Discusses the most basic of
beekeeping skills, how to find the queen and
identify her for the long term by marking and
clipping. Features long-time beekeeper/bee


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inspector Gene Killion of the Killion family of
Illinois beekeepers.

RADAR DOCUMENTATION OF THE FLIGHT
PATTERNS OF HONEY BEE WORKERS,
SWARMS, DRONES

* Catalog #: VT-430
* Length: 10:10 minutes
* Source: OSU/ATI Honey Bee Laboratory 1992
* Description: D sclibis Drone Congregation
areas as documented by radar. Experiments in
Arizona are shown in detail.

SECRETS OF THE BEE WORLD

* Catalog #: VT-472
* Length: 12:30 min.
* Source: Walt Disney
* Description: Shows a colony of bees existing and
reproducing in nature.


VARROA MITE DETECTION


Catalog #: VT-249
Length: 10 min.
Source: IFAS 1988
Description: Shows various methods for detecting
varroa mites on bees.


WHY HONEY BEES?


Catalog #: VT-1104
Length: 29 minutes
Source: Penn State University, 1993
Description: Discusses the importance of honey
bees in agriculture, concerning pollination, as well
as an overview of the beekeeping industry.




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