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Additional restrictions will not improve bee health in Europe

The European Commission's decision to restrict certain uses of some neonicotinoid-containing products, which came into force on Sunday, December 1, will not improve bee health in Europe. Unfortunately, it distracts attention away from the real issues surrounding poor be...

Survey results confirm Varroa is a key threat to honey bee health in E...

Did the European Commission conveniently ignore this Information from 2010?

The recently published results of a survey among the European National Reference Laboratories on apiculture and bee health issues in the European countries, newly released to the public by the EU reference Laboratory on Bee Health, makes for enlightening reading. Amon...

Demographics of the European Apicultural Industry

Ever wondered how many beekeepers there are in Europe, what the production of honey is in different European countries is or how many beehives on average a beekeeper has? Now is your chance to find out as the EU Reference Laboratory on Bee Health has published the resu...

Join the Bee Care Christmas Countdown on Facebook

You have the chance to win some great prizes. Let yourselves be surprised!

Christmas is just around the corner. To get you into a festive mood, we have created a buzzing interactive advent calendar on our Bee Care Facebook site. Every day, from December 1st until Christmas Day, we will open a new window. Each window will include an interesting...

Bayer at US beekeeper meeting

One of the presenters at the fall meeting of the Illinois State Beekeepers' Association was Dick Rogers, Manager of the North American Bayer Bee Care Center. In his lecture, he focused on how to reconcile apiary and agricultural interests, achieving the best of both wor...

Advancing honey bee health R&D initiatives - Clayton Bee Care facilit...

At the facility, research and development will be carried out to study all aspects of honey bee health, including factors affecting proper crop pollination and the treatment and prevention of diseases in order to create healthier hives.

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