Recognition for the DroplegUL process, developed under the FIT BEE project to further reduce risk to bee health from spraying crop protection products.
The Healthy Hives 2020 Latam program involves bee health monitoring and activities to disseminate knowledge and educate beekeepers in Latin America.
Around 900 bee enthusiasts met mid-November at the first ever Bee Summit in Japan, hosted by the University of Tsukuba, to exchange and learn.
Could stingless bees provide more efficient pollination services than honey bees, improving productivity of macadamia and some vegetable crops in regions of Kenya?
Open exchanges and good science at the ICPPR Bee Protection Group’s international symposium ‘Hazards of Pesticides to Bees’ in Valencia, Spain.
A new project looks at whether landscape structure and crop conditions affect pollination services and, thus, avocado productivity in Chile.