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Bayer sites create flowerscapes to promote bee health

In a European-wide initiative to promote the planting of flowering strips for pollinators, many Bayer Group sites are helping to enhance the nutritional status of bees and other beneficial insects by planting lush flower fields on their campuses. This initiative is part...

Apimondia 2013: Focus on Bee Health & Honey

Bayer demonstrates its commitment to beekeepers worldwide

“Discover the European Honeyland” was the motto of this year’s Apimondia in Ukraine and 8000 visitors and 100 exhibitors from all over the world took up the invitation. The members from the Bayer Bee Care and Bayer Animal Health teams attending the congress & exhibitio...

Bees, Politicians and Neonicotinoids

Forbes Magazine publishes a well-researched article on the bee health issue "Science and politics don't mix well," says Forbes author Jon Entine, reviewing both the European political debate on neonicotinoids and the scientific evidence on bee health.

Growers Positive about New Corn Planter Lubricant Technology from Baye...

New seed application technology to further reduce potential dust exposure to honey bees As part of its commitment to sustainable agriculture, Bayer CropScience Canada announced very favorable field trial results of its new seed application technology

Progress in seed application technology better protects pollinators

As part of our ongoing activities regarding environmental stewardship and sustainable agricultural practices...

Pollinator patch supports bee health

In partnership with Kansas City Parks and Recreation and Bridging the Gap, Bayer CropScience has planted some 100 native plants of 30 species to help rebuild local bee populations.

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