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Beekeepers, Researchers and Bayer CropScience Associate Overwintering...

Honey bees are essential to the world’s agricultural system and food supply. More than a quarter of the food produced in the U.S. is dependent upon honey bees because of their efficiency and utility as pollinators. Although colony losses are typically expected following...

Bayer CropScience Bee Care Tour Stops in Nebraska

In an effort to foster education and collaboration between growers and beekeepers, the Bayer Bee Care Program will travel to the University of Nebraska on April 1 as it continues its Bee Care Tour throughout the Midwest. Held at the University of Nebraska Agricultural...

Bayer CropScience Bee Care Tour Stops in Iowa

In an effort to foster education and collaboration between growers and beekeepers, the Bayer Bee Care Program will travel to Iowa State University on March 28 as it continues its Bee Care Tour throughout the Midwest. Held at the Reiman Gardens in Ames, Iowa, the event w...

Bayer CropScience Bee Care Tour Stops in Illinois

In an effort to foster education and collaboration between growers and beekeepers, the Bayer Bee Care Program will travel to the University of Illinois on March 25 as it continues its Bee Care Tour throughout the Midwest. Held in the University of Illinois’s Research P...

Bayer CropScience welcomes the proportionate response of Member States...

The company will continue to engage further in dialogue to support the safe use of neonicotinoid products

Bayer CropScience welcomes the fact that no consensus was reached by the EU Member States in favor of the European Commission’s proposals regarding the use of most applications of neonicotinoid-containing products. This provides hope to European farmers, that they can c...

Bayer CropScience strongly disagrees with proposal by EU Commission

Company asks EU Member States to apply proportionality principles

– Bayer CropScience is disappointed with the European Commission’s draconian proposal to suspend all uses of neonicotinoid products in crops attractive to bees for two years. The company believes that the Commission’s overly conservative interpretation of the precaution...

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