LONDON — An unprecedented Ontario field study of honeybees — and its preliminary finding that bee deaths aren’t linked to a specific p
While a European ban on one of their pesticides becomes more likely, manufacturers Syngenta and Bayer announced a plan to support bee health and co
'The real question is; how did we get into this devastating position in the first place?
The latest guide for the management of pests and diseases of honey bee
Scientists have found that two types of chemicals called neonicotinoids and coumaphos are interfering with the insect's abi
By Ed Yong. A honeybee returns to its hive after a productive visit to a nearby field of flowers, rich in pollen and nectar. It starts to dance.
Environmentalists and beekeepers are calling on the government to ban some of the country's most
GUELPH — As corn planting season approaches, some beekeepers in southwestern Ontario may be holding their breath.
The Ontario Beekeepers' Association has developed this six-step reference guide as part of our commitment to
Grande Prairie Regional College has opened the National Bee Diagnostic Centre and will begin to accept samples for diagnosis on April 1, 2013.
Canadian authorities have made no decision on ending live bee imports from Australia as a result of the out-of-control Asian honey bee invasion in
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GUELPH, ON - During the spring 2012 corn planting season, 230 separate incidents of bee kills were reported in Ontario (predominantly in the southw
Scientists already knew that some social bee species warn their conspecifics when detecting the presence of a predator near their hive, which in tu
European Union governments failed to take a decision on whether to restrict the use of certain pesticides that are considered to be harmful to bees
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PLOS research abstract:
Nanoparticles carrying a toxin found in bee venom can destroy human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) while leaving surrounding cells unharmed, research
GUELPH, ON (March 8, 2013) – During the spring 2012 corn planting seas
There was bombshell news from the world of honey two weeks ago, and somehow we missed it.
Nothing kicks the brain into gear like a jolt of caffeine. For bees, that is.
Bee Informed Partnership: This report details the result of a year long, 35 state honey bee survey that, as a primary goal, looked for invasive spe
An unprecedented Ontario field study of honeybees — and its preliminary finding that bee deaths aren’t linked to a specific pesticide used to coat
A new long-term study of honey bee health has found that a little-understood disease study authors are calling “idiopathic brood disease syndrome”
Are plant-pollinator networks holding together as the insects and plants in the network are jostled by climate change and habitat loss?
A researcher who has used bees to distribute biological control agents in greenhouses and organic sunflower fields says the technology has potentia
By Tracey Baute ‐ Field Crop Entomologist and Greg Stewart ‐ Corn Specialist, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
Interesting news on the front lines of almond pollination.
"A legal requirement for reduction targets is apparently ignored, as ministers' fig leaf for delaying EU-wide action is blown away by their own chi
Saving bees is a fashionable cause.
EAST LANSING, Mich.—An international study revealing the importance of wild pollinators for production of fruits and vegetables is providing new in
CALGARY - Wild thing. You make my crops spring.
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