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Neonics & thriving Honey Bees: an Australian Reality

Australian Government report says neonics reduce risk to agricultural environment

The Australian regulator authority, APVMA, has recently published its 2014 overview report titled “Neonicotinoids and the Health of Honey Bees in Australia”. Their conclusion: The number of Australian honeybee populations is stable, despite the increased use of the neon...

“Varroa Summit“ seeks coordinated strategies to beat parasite

US Department of Agriculture draws together up-to-date expertise on Varroa

About 75 scientists and stakeholders convened in Riverdale in the US to discuss ideas for developing and implementing effective Varroa mite management strategies.

What do Bees, Beekeepers, and Farmers have in common?

New publication on "Pollinators and Agriculture"

For thousands of years, they have been cooperating to produce flourishing fields, lush vegetable & fruit orchards, or delicious honey. Pollinators and agriculture are inherently linked so the recent decline of bee colonies calls for action by all involved.

Bayer Promotes Bee Health with Second Bee Care Tour across USA

Bayer is hosting its second Bee Care Tour to support further understanding of the important role honey bees play in our food supply. The tour is traveling to university agriculture schools across the United States of America to inform on the important role pollinators a...

Bee Stand at International Green Week in Berlin

A collaboration project of the German “Agricultural Trade Association” and Bayer CropScience

The ”Meeting Point Bee Health“ offered visitors the chance to learn about the latest scientific findings concerning bee health.

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...

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