Bees need to be protected as these beneficial, pollinating insects have an important job: They help increase yields of both fruits and vegetables.
The European honeybee gets all the attention, but there are more than 3,600 species of wild bees in North America.
Integrated Crop Pollination Project video intended for growers of specialty crops.
Researchers say wild bee supply dropping while there is an increase in demand for pollinators.
A swarm of scientists is working on a coordinated effort to help the beneficial insects that make your crops happen.
Research from Michigan State University has shown that growers can increase pollination and yield of blueberry by planting wildflowers that support wild bees, like bumble bees, and as well as honeybees.
Maintaining flowering fields and forests may provide hosts for all the pollinators you need.
The Almond Leadership program helped Cosyns see future trends and opportunities in the industry.
The truck with 448 hives was headed to a farm in Washington.
The native bee Osmia lignaria could soon be a valuable piece of the pollinator mix, especially for smaller almond growers.
Bayer CropScience seeks nominations for award honoring innovations in the beekeeping community.
The latest research into Colony Collapse Disorder is focused on a number of issues facing bee populations.
Almond Board of California announces comprehensive Best Management Practices.
The New Jersey Green Industry Council’s 2014 Pollinator Summit is an event and issue briefing for everyone who […]
EPA encourages further promotion and partnership in similar voluntary programs across the country.
Two researchers at New Mexico State University (NMSU) are working on a project testing native and non-native plants for their ability to attract and retain pollinators.
Yearly survey shows fewer colony losses this past winter, but that losses are still too high to be economically sustainable.