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Celebrating US Pollinator Week with flowers

Good nutrition is key for healthy bees

In the spirit of true US Pollinator Week celebration, Bayer has announced the first round of organizations that will receive funding to establish forage for pollinators across the nation, covering no less than 58 organisations in more than 30 US states.

Bayer Bee Care Program Signs Up For Kenyan Pollination Project

Supporting Smallholder Farmers to Better Manage Pollination Services

With the National Museums of Kenya and other partners, Bayer is supporting vegetable farmers to improve crop pollination and, thus, food security.

Better News for US Honey Bees

Overwintering Honey Bee Colony Losses Reduced This Year

The initial report of honey bee colony losses provides some relief this year for US beekeepers, working to improve the health of their colonies.

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Pollen transfer is the spark that starts the crop production engine

This year’s Fruit Logistica exhibitor fair in Berlin provided the perfect opportunity for Bayer Bee Care to launch the Feed A Bee initiative ‘We Plant on your Behalf’ to support pollinators in Europe. In this interview, Coralie van Breukelen-Groeneveld, Head of Bayer Bee Care Center, explains why promoting the need for more pollinator foraging habitat is important and why ‘Pollination Matters’ when aspiring a balanced, healthy diet.

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