A Beehive Isn't Everyone's Ideal Neighbor - TakePart
TakePartA Beehive Isn't Everyone's Ideal Neighbor
Not unlike the zoning growing pains urban agriculture has felt as it expands, beekeeping exists in a similarly gray regulatory area in many cities across the country, according to Rob McFarland, a beekeeper and president of HoneyLove, a Los Angeles ...
Honeybees getting federal disaster assistance - STLtoday.com
STLtoday.comHoneybees getting federal disaster assistance
According to a 2012 survey by Bee Culture Magazine, the beekeeping industry is traditionally a family business, with operations handed down from generation-to-generation. Many beekeepers move their colonies during the growing season to provide ...
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Arizona honeybees making a comeback - Arizona Daily Star
Arizona Daily StarArizona honeybees making a comeback
Arizona Daily Star
But nothing has dealt a blow as nearly fatal as the emergence 30 years ago of the Africanized bee, a small, ferocious foe that strikes fear in Arizonans' hearts and sent beekeepers packing to the far reaches of the state and beyond. Arizona beekeepers ...
A 'honey' of a report due at beekeeper meet 111914
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Bee deaths and neonics: Inside story of Colony Collapse Disorder, Harvard's ... - Genetic Literacy Project
Genetic Literacy ProjectBee deaths and neonics: Inside story of Colony Collapse Disorder, Harvard's ...
Genetic Literacy Project
Reports that honey bees are dying in unusually high numbers has concerned many scientists, farmers and beekeepers, and gripped the public. There have been thousands of stories ricocheting across the web, citing one study or another as the definitive ...
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Ontario's curbs on insecticide may protect bees but diminish crops - Yahoo! Maktoob News
Ontario's curbs on insecticide may protect bees but diminish crops
Yahoo! Maktoob News
Beekeepers welcomed the move by Ontario, the first North American government to curb use of seed treated with neonicotinoids, which are used to kill insects that harm crops. Ontario, Canada's biggest producer of corn and soybeans, said on Tuesday that ...
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Plight of the bumblebees - Thousand Oaks Acorn
Plight of the bumblebees
Thousand Oaks Acorn
Commercial beekeeping survives by changing the way bees naturally behave. Beekeepers normally harvest off the honey for sale and use high-fructose corn syrup to keep the bees fed. It's cheaper and was considered harmless for the bees, but now it seems ...
Part II: Bee Deaths And CCD - Flawed Chensheng Lu Harvard Studies ... - Science 2.0
Science 2.0Part II: Bee Deaths And CCD - Flawed Chensheng Lu Harvard Studies ...
As beekeeper Randy Oliver wrote on his Scientific Beekeeping blog, Lu fed his test colonies a pesticide brew of about 135 parts per billion (ppb). That's 100 times higher then the 1-3 ppb commonly found in pollen or nectar, a level far below safety ...
Bee deaths & neonics: Inside story of Colony Collapse Disorder, Harvard's ...
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Calendar: 11/26/2014 - The Daily Tribune
The Daily Tribune
Are you interested in being a beekeeper? Want to learn how? The Caddo Trace Beekeepers Association is offering classes on beginning beekeeping. The eight classes will be held on alternate Saturday mornings at the Titus County AgriLife Building on ...
Canada Moves to Restrict Pesticide Linked to Bee Deaths - TakePart
Manitoulin ExpositorCanada Moves to Restrict Pesticide Linked to Bee Deaths
The goal “will support a thriving, sustainable beekeeping industry going forward,” Tibor Szabo, vice president of the Ontario Beekeepers' Association, said in a statement. Scientists have evidence that neonics weaken bees' immune systems and make them ...
Ontario Plans To Cut Out Pesticide Linked With Bee Deaths
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Beekeepers support Ontario's commitment to reduce neonicotinoid pesticide use ...
Ontario moves toward curbing pesticide blame for bee deaths
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