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Attention beekeepers! Don't miss our survey about honey bee viruses. We have already +230 beekeepers who answered it. You have until March 1st to complete it!https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/honey-bee-viruses ... See MoreSee Less
Véto-pharma survey - Honey bee viruses
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2 weeks ago
The Véto-pharma team just released a new survey to help beekeepers learn more about honey bee health.What do you really know about honey bee viruses? It’s time to dig a bit more into the subject, to find out about the important role that viruses play in the overall health of your colonies, and how you can manage them.A complete review of honey bee viruses, along with the results of the survey and a discussion of the answers, will be shared with you during the year. Anne Dalmon, honey bee virus specialist at INRA (French National Institute for Agronomic Research), will contribute her insights as well.If you ready to be an expert in bee viruses – let’s go! You have until March 1st to complete the survey here:https://fr.surveymonkey.com/r/honey-bee-virusesSPECIAL GIFT – 3 Beekeepers will be sorted by drawing lots among all the participants to win a beekeeping pack, including:2 packs of ApiLife Var and 1 bottle of HiveAlive (100ml).Photo copyright: Courtesy The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA), Crown Copyright ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
USA: For the first time, a bee species in the continental United States has been declared endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.The rusty patched bumblebee is in worrisome decline and it is a race to keep it from becoming extinct, the agency said. ... See MoreSee Less
Bumblebee is first bee in continental US to be listed as endangered
For the first time, a bee species in the continental United States has been declared endangered by the US Fish and Wildlife Service.