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UF/IFAS to Hold Honey Bell College March 12-13

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Once again, the Bee College will offer Africanized bee training for pest control operators and first responders as a separate part of the event.

| February 16, 2010

The 2010 UF/IFAS Honey Bee College will be held March 12-13, at St. Augustine Florida. State, regional and national speakers are scheduled to attend. Registration is now open.

Once again, the Bee College will offer Africanized bee training for pest control operators and first responders as a separate part of the event.

A link to the registration site with details is available on the UF/IFAS Pest Alert site.

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