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Center for Food Safety Enters Fight Against the Newest Bee-Killing Pesticide

Article from ORGANIC CONNECTIONS: Center for Food Safety Enters Fight Against the Newest Bee-Killing Pesticide Share on facebookShare on t…

Started by Lissa

0 Dec 22, 2013

The world may be on the brink of biological disaster after news that a third of US bee colonies did not survive the winter

See original discussion HERE: The world may be on the brink of biological disaster after news that a third of US bee colonies did not survi…

Started by Lissa

0 Dec 21, 2013

Aussie Bee newsletter - including bee friendly plants & upcoming events

AUSSIE BEE WEBSITE 1.    WHAT'S NEW AT AUSSIE BEE We are having some health issues at present. So unfortunately we have had to temporaril…

Started by Lissa

0 Dec 15, 2013

Rendering beeswax

I now have some beeswax, all messed up with leftover honey (nice to chew on) and went looking for some info on how to turn it into somethin…

Started by Lissa

1 Nov 23, 2013
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

Imported bees face quarantine test to quell biosecurity fears

From SYDNEY MORNING HERALD 26.09.13 The first queen bees to arrive in Australia in seven years are expected to bring significant benefits a…

Started by Lissa

3 Sep 27, 2013

Neonicotinoids in Canada - Honey Bees Genocide linked to corn, soybean growers

THE CANADIAN ARTICLE The way farmers are currently using neonicotinoid treated corn and soybean seeds are impacting bees and other pollinat…

Started by Lissa

0 Sep 22, 2013

Meet Dr Denis Anderson - Bee Patholgist

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAgGsJrPTmQ&list=UU3QQdH39juIgYYXG6kopmGA

Started by Lissa

0 Sep 18, 2013

New insecticides may spare the bees

New insecticides may spare the bees Home » News » Farming Fri, 13 Sep 2013News: Farming University of Otago biochemistry associate profes…

Started by Lissa

0 Sep 18, 2013

Getting friendly with garden guests...

Getting "friendly" with garden guests August 21, 2013 at 4:46 PM To date a considerable volume of information is available on solitary, s…

Started by Lissa

1 Aug 23, 2013
Reply by Andrew Cumberland

ATTEMPTS TO INTRODUCE STINGLESS BEES FOR THE POLLINATION OF CROPS UNDER GREENHOUSE CONDITIONS IN JAPAN

Wildthings article: Kazuhiro Amano Laboratory of Apiculture National Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science Tsukuba, Ibaraki         …

Started by Lissa

0 Aug 23, 2013

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