Honey bee colonies are collapsing around the world, putting food production in danger.
The almond industry, California’s biggest agricultural exporter, desperately needs more pollinating bees.
Firestone, Colo., February 25, 2013 – The National Honey Board
The Western Producer:"The study comes at a time when European Union countries are banning or considering restrictions on three popular neonicotinoi
A Canadian man is among five people nabbed in "Project Honeygate," a U.S.
Bees use electrical fields as a 'sixth sense' to zero in on nectar-rich flowers, a British study has discovered.
John VanBlyderveen, owner of Oxford Honey and Supplies just outside of Burgessville, estimates 95% of his hives will die before spring because of t
"For food science researchers, finding the culprit for bee colony collapse disorder has become the equivalent of discovering a cure for cancer.
A laser device developed in the hopes of measuring carbon on Mars may soon be used here on Earth to root out counterfeit foods – and make sure that
From the Bakersfield Californian. This year's almond pollination may well set records, not only in terms of hive prices but also for bee colony los
The Journal of Experimental Biology: "Pesticides are important agricultural tools often used in combination to avoid resistance in target pest spec
Excerpt: A new study shows that long-term exposure to a combination of certain pesticides might impair the bee's ability to carry out its pollen mi
In an interview with Farms.com, Ontario PC Agriculture Critic Ernie Hardeman shares his reaction to the change to the agriculture portfolio.
In the next two weeks Paul Betancourt's almond trees will begin to blossom.
Kathleen Wynne pledged Wednesday to look at streamlining complicated regulations governing farms and provide a stable, continuous stream of money t
The Pest Management Regulatory Agency has has released a report to outline measures to reduce risk to pollinators from exposure to dust generated d
The University of California is offering a free on-line course for beekeepers who are (or wish to) provide pollination services. The course covers
Summer is the peak time for honey production, but beekeepers say a lack of spring rain has led to their worst season in 50 years.
The Pest Management Regulatory Agency's (PMRA)'s presentation to the Canadian Association of Professional Apiculturists (CAPA) points out the impor
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