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Cheers to a Healthy 2017 with the Healthy Colony Checklist!

New tool makes colony assessments easier

Regular monitoring of beehives is essential to ensuring honey bee colony health, as this can change dramatically over a short period of time due to the Varroa mite, or other pests and pathogens like Nosema and the small hive beetle.

Bee research on an unprecedented scale

A glimpse behind the scenes of the Mecklenburg-Vorpommern study.

Results now published from one of the largest oilseed rape field studies on the impacts of the neonicotinoid, clothianidin, on bees in Europe.

Feed a Bee: Planting more than 2 billion flowers for bees

Over 115 partners help to increase forage and habitat for pollinators in the USA

Learn more about the multiple Feed a Bee activities initiated in the USA throughout 2016, aimed at jointly promoting bee health.

Honey Bee Viruses a health risk to Wild Bees?

Recent study by Dolezal et al. (2016) addresses this question.

Study looks into the presence of honey bee viruses in a variety of wild bees, and how these may infect and affect them.

Bee Barometer Project Gets Recognition

Winners of the 2016 North America Bee Care Community Leadership Award are announced

Pair wins 2016 NA Bee Care Community Leadership Award for partnership to promote healthy ecosystems for pollinators on Chigagoland golf courses.

Good for bees: Good for farmers

New spray technology: Less exposure of bees, yet still effective!

Dropleg workshop at Julius Kühn Institute gave opportunity to present data showing new application technology reduces exposure for honey bees.

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