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Lecture at the EB1 of São Miguel de Poiares - 05th April 2022

Lecture at the EB1 of São Miguel de Poiares - 05th April 2022

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  • Quarta 06 Abril, 2022
  • 1710

The NATIVA Association, in collaboration with the Basic School of São Miguel de Poiares, organized on 5th April 2022, a set of lectures, presented by Eng.ª Bárbara Rodrigues, on "The importance of bees and the fighting against Vespa velutina". At the event, several approaches were also made on the same topic, since the lectures ranged from preschool to 4th grade. To see how it all went, see the photo gallery of the event, which we have prepared for you: Photo Gallery - Lectures at School ...Continue Reading


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NATIVA Association present at the Session "Opportunities and Challenges of Beekeeping"

NATIVA Association present at the Session "Opportunities and Challenges of Beekeeping"

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  • Sábado 26 Fevereiro, 2022
  • 1209

The NATIVA Association was present at the Session "Opportunities and Challenges of Beekeeping", which took place on February 26, 2022, in Arouca. The event, organized by Cooperativa Agrícola de Arouca, CRL, the Municipality of Arouca and FENAPÍCOLA (National Federation of Beekeeping and Honey Producers Cooperatives, FCRL), was attended by the association's president, Marco Portocarrero, who presented the theme "The problem of Vespa Velutina; Methods of prevention and methods of combat". See the event poster here: Event poster ...Continue Reading


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More than 2900 wasp nests destroyed in Lousada, Paços de Ferreira, Paredes, Penafiel and Valongo

More than 2900 wasp nests destroyed in Lousada, Paços de Ferreira, Paredes, Penafiel and Valongo

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  • Terça 25 Janeiro, 2022
  • 1428

"Increase in identifications made between 2020 and 2021 was more than 80%. Penafiel and Paredes lead in number of cases. Find out which parishes are most affected in each municipality..." Source: Verdadeiro Olhar newspaper CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL NEWS ...Continue Reading


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Asian wasps remain active and aggressive. Climate may be the 'culprit'

Asian wasps remain active and aggressive. Climate may be the 'culprit'

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  • Sexta 21 Janeiro, 2022
  • 1555

"The atypical climate situation of the months of December 2021 and January 2022, where the maximum temperatures were around 20 degrees and the rain was almost a mirage, will have provided a greater life expectancy for the velutina wasp, aka Asian, leading to several 'nests' are still in full activity and with the – so-called – eggs of the day in the alveoli (comb cells built with cellulose), as well as the larvae, nymphs and insects already adults..." Source: O MINHO newspaper CLICK HERE TO SEE THE FULL NEWS ...Continue Reading


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