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.
Your Bee Care Team
Sugarcane is an important crop. Bees may also be attracted to the remaining stumps of this sweet grass once it has been harvested. If they really are has long been unclear. Now, a study funded by Bayer has filled in this gap in knowledge, making it easier to protect bee...
It’s an irritating affair for the Varroa mites: Formic acid is popular among beekeepers to protect their honey bees from these dangerous parasites. But if it’s applied incorrectly, the acid can also harm the bees. A new study sheds light on the process.