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Infectious Pollen

Plant virus can affect honey bees

Honey bees struggle with various challenges to their health – Chinese researchers have now discovered a new threat from the plant kingdom.

No decline in honey bee populations

Study findings indicate a long-term growth of bee populations

Recent study findings indicate growing honey bee populations worldwide. The results contradict the view that bee colony numbers are in decline.

Diseases spread to other pollinators

Pathogens from commercial bees may put wild bees at risk

Commercial bee populations could pass on viruses to wild bees. This could have devastating effects according to researchers from Exeter University.

$100,000 US-Dollars to Feed Bees on Tour

Bayer CropScience investment will provide forage habitats when blooms are scarce

Bayer CropScience investment will provide forage habitats when blooms are scarce: in the pre- and post-crop seasons in California and Washington.

Apian movie stars

Steven Cantor presents an artistic bee movie

Steven Cantor presents his impressive documentary and touches on the bee health issue at the Sundance Film Festival 2015.

Thiacloprid is safe for bee colonies

The development and production of products which are safe to bees is of particular concern for Bayer.

The development and production of products which are safe to bees is of particular concern for Bayer. Our products are thoroughly and widely tested in comprehensive studies which go far beyond regulatory requirements which are in place relating to bees. In this context,...

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