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Dialog and cooperation is key

We see the health of bees as a shared responsibility amongst multiple stakeholders and as something which must be collectively tackled. As a result, through our Bee Care Program, we are partnering with research institutes and universities, beekeepers and industry partners around the world on some exciting research projects and partnerships where we can really make a difference to the health of bees and other pollinators.

BEENOW will keep you informed about new co-operations and keep you updated about results from currently-running projects. Additionally it will offer further information and online material to support you in your own communication activities.

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Safe Varroa Treatment

thanks to Smart Dispenser

Varroa destructor – the name says it all. This little mite is the most dangerous threat to the Western Honey Bee. Years ago, beekeepers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland discovered formic acid as a varroacide, an effective substance to control the Varroa mite...

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Challenges and commitment

I’m a great one for the outdoors, I love nature and became very interested in biological sciences, entomology, botany and the like when I was studying for my degree in Agronomy. So what am I doing sitting in my office in the middle of Belgrade, working on crop protectio...

Bringing Bees back to the Farm

How ecological enhancement measures boost biodiversity in farming landscapes

Agricultural areas worldwide have grown continuously over the past 50 years, as farmers work to feed our planet’s ever-growing population. This increased food supply benefits consumers; but the land use changes it brings significantly reduces natural and semi-natural...

Science versus Sensationalism

Controversy over a large-scale field study shows why good science, not sensational headlines, should drive research conclusions

A large-scale field experiment was conducted by the UK-based Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) and commissioned by Bayer and Syngenta, to evaluate the impact on bees of neonicotinoid seed treatments applied to oilseed rape in Germany, Hungary and the UK. A clos...

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