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Royal Jelly Production - October 2019

Ended Oct 27, 2019

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Full course description

Start:

October 26, 2019

Duration:

2 Days

Location:

Polytechnic Campus

Price:

$200



What you'll learn:

Royal jelly is a protein-rich substance produced by honey bee workers to feed developing queens and brood. In this course, you will learn how to promote the production of quality royal jelly and how to harvest it.

  • How to graft larvae for royal jelly production
  • How to use plastic and wax queen cells
  • How to prepare queen cells for royal jelly production
  • How to harvest royal jelly
  • Proper storage of royal jelly

Who is this course designed for:

Hobby and commercial beekeepers with one plus years’ beekeeping experience.


Required course materials:

Bee suits and gloves will be provided but participants are welcome to use their own bee suits and gloves.


About the instructor


Cahit Ozturk, Ph.D.

Dr. Ozturk received his Bachelor’s degree in animal science in 1993 and he has completed his Master and Ph.D. in apiculture at the University of Cukurova, Adana, Turkey. He started working with bees in 1989 while his university years with Dr. Osman Kaftanoglu. He then worked as a lecturer in Beekeeping departments at Selcuk and Nigde University in Turkey. He has taught lots of different common beekeeping classes and courses such as beekeeping, queen bee rearing, beekeeping products production, and also advanced beekeeping classes and courses such as queen bee genetics, bee breeding and instrumental insemination courses. He worked as a lecturer for 7 years at two different University beekeeping departments between 1994-2001. He also worked at a Government Research Institute in Turkey as an apiculturist, researcher and government inspector in Beekeeping department for 13 years. He worked on queen rearing, instrumental insemination of queen bees, in vitro honey bee rearing and hygienic behavior. He worked on hygienic honey bee breeding projects in Turkey. He joined ASU in 2014. He is a master beekeeper and has 30 years’ experience. He is currently the Research Technologist at ASU and is in charge of the Honey Bee Research Lab.

Meeting Details

Saturday, October 26, 2019 - Sunday, October 27, 2019
9 am - 5:00 pm

Location

Honey Bee Research Lab
ASU Polytechnic Campus
6858 E Old Pecos Road
Mesa, AZ 85212