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International agricultural journalists learn more about the Bayer Bee Care Program and pollinator health

Journalists from around the world came to visit the Bayer Bee Care Center in Monheim last week at the occasion of the 60th Congress of the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ).

Biodiversity & Agriculture

Bayer CropScience project boosts ecological diversity of agricultural crop land

Results look promising from a Bayer Crop Science Germany project to increase the biodiversity on intensively managed agricultural land.

New collaboration

The Wildlife Society Partners with Feed a Bee to Plant 25 Million Flowers

Partners celebrate National Pollinator Week by announcing large-scale planting to establish spring forage for pollinators.

What do Bumble Bees in the US suffer from?

Study gives a new answer to an old question.

A fungal disease, caused by the pathogen Nosema bombi, is a key factor for poor health conditions of some bumble bees in the US.

European Week of Bees and Pollination

Pollinators’ health is influenced by multiple factors

The need for further research, collaboration and dialog, as well as education of consumers and governments were at the heart of the debate.

Dialogue, communication and education are key

Bee Care garden and apiary opens for business at Monheim

Through our Bee Care Program, Bayer focuses on the areas where we feel we, as a company, can genuinely contribute to the wellbeing of pollinators.

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