Members Only Content
A newly revised Media Library service is now available to all BSI affiliated Societies. If you need an additional email address added to your Affiliate Society account for this program, please contact the Webmaster (address below). It offers an up to date series of bromeliad related PowerPoint programs that can be presented by a local member at meetings. They consist of 80-120 slides about various topics as described below and include, in most of the programs, presenter notes for each slide. They will be kept up to date to reflect the latest bromeliad information available. The initial offering will be the following programs:
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Download Presentation 25 MBytes (Version date: May 25 2019) Bromeliads - Seed to SeedA PowerPoint presentation of 92 slides, with on-slide descriptions, on growing bromeliads from seed.
Download Presentation 25 MBytes (Version date: September 02 2020) Bromeliads A to Z Part 1 BSI V 1.2.3A PowerPoint presentation of 118 slides, with presenter notes for each slide.
It describes the six member split subfamily of Pitcairnioideae with 15 genera and the 22 genera of the Tillandsioideae.
Each genus and representative species of that genus are illustrated and briefly described.
Image: Navia pungens [Jeroen van der Steen from florapix.nl]
Download Presentation 50 MBytes (Version date: April 20 2020) Genus Aechmea V 1.1Genus Aechmea V. 1.0
A PowerPoint presentation of 120 slides showing examples of Aechmea species and hybrids.
Image: Aechmea Mariae-Reginae [Laura Ospina from Florapix.nl]
Download Presentation 32 MBytes (Version date: June 03 2019) Genus Billbergia V 1.1A Powerpoint presentation of 96 slides, with presenter notes, on Billbergia species and hybrids and their cultivation.
Image: Billbergia porteana [Oscar Ribeiro, EOB]
Download Presentation 25 MBytes (Version date: February 12 2020) Genus Dyckia BSI V 1.1A PowerPoint presentation of 89 slides, with presenter notes, on Dyckia species and hybrids and their cultivation.
Image: Dyckia hebdingii [Dyckia Brazil]
Download Presentation 32 MBytes (Version date: June 03 2019) Genus Pitcairnia V 1.0Genus Pitcairnia V. 1.0
A PowerPoint presentation of 87 slides, with presenter notes on Pitcairnia species, hybrids and their cultivation.
Image: Pitcairnia heterophylla [Eric J. Gouda, EOB]
Download Presentation 30 MBytes (Version date: January 11 2020) Genus Vriesea BSI V 1.0A PowerPoint presentation that illustrates the genus Vriesea by picturing a sample of species from the Central and South American countries in which they are native.
Image: Vriesea taritubensis [Oscar Ribeiro]
Download Presentation 68 MBytes (Version date: September 02 2020) Not your mother s neoregelia BSI V1.1A Powerpoint presentation of 107 slides with presenter notes and built in narration.; 37 minutes run time. An exploration of why neoregelias have become the most numerous and colorful bromeliad hybrids. The program describes the species from which the hybrids originated and shows examples of the different trends in hybrids. A brief summary of neoregelia cultural requirements is also included.
Image: Neoregelia concentrica [Eric Gouda, EoB]
Download Presentation 20 MBytes (Version date: May 25 2019) So, you want to be a bromeliad judgeA PowerPoint presentation of 73 slides, with on-slide descriptions, on the steps necessary to become a bromeliad show judge.
I also will request feedback after each viewing of a program so that program creators can maintain currency of information and improve the quality of the content on a continuous basis.
Also, two requests.
Keith Smith, BSI Media Library
- If you have an existing program that you think would be a good addition to the library, please e-mail me at email@example.com with a description of the program.
- If you have a suggestion for a new program, please send me a brief description of the content you would like to see.
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