04/10/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

It’s better for bees if homeowners mow the yard less often, according to a study published in the journal Biological

http://www.bees.news/2018-04-10-its-good-for-the-bees-if-you-mow-the-yard-less-often.html

03/25/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Aside from being known pollinators of food crops, bees also provide us with beeswax, honey, and propolis. Even bee venom

http://www.bees.news/2018-03-25-the-health-benefits-of-royal-jelly-can-improve-outcomes-for-diabetes-patients.html

03/17/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

The world is getting more connected by the minute – and with that comes our dependence on specific regions for

http://www.bees.news/2018-03-17-security-of-our-food-and-nutrition-supply-is-compromised-by-pesticide-residues.html

03/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

While it hasn’t gone as far as adopting a total ban, Quebec has imposed significant restrictions on the use of

http://www.bees.news/2018-03-13-quebec-is-restricting-use-of-pesticides-that-harm-fish-bird-and-bee-populations.html

03/09/2018 / By David Williams

The invention of robot bees – robobees, for short – could be the long-awaited solution to all sorts of problems

http://www.bees.news/2018-03-09-researchers-create-robobees-collapsing-bee-populations.html

03/04/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Though not as well-known as honey or pollen, bee propolis is a bee-derived product that has its own plethora of

http://www.bees.news/2018-03-04-bee-propolis-one-of-natures-most-effective-antibiotics.html

03/04/2018 / By Edsel Cook

State politicians and conservation groups urged the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to hold off approval of bee-killing neonics in order to conduct

http://www.bees.news/2018-03-04-conservation-groups-epa-ban-bee-killing-pesticides-scientific-review.html

02/20/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Herbicide drift continues to plague millions of acres of American crops, and the experience of one Missouri organic family-run farm

http://www.bees.news/2018-02-20-organic-family-farm-ruined-by-herbicide-drift.html

02/02/2018 / By Vicki Batts

As bee populations continue to dwindle, some companies are stepping up to the plate by removing hazardous pesticides from their

http://www.bees.news/2018-02-02-australian-grocery-chain-woolworths-has-decided-to-stop-selling-a-pesticide-bee-colony-collapse.html

01/09/2018 / By Rita Winters

For many years now, scientists have been warning us of the decreasing honey bee population. A new research reveals that

http://www.bees.news/2018-01-09-double-threat-may-wipe-out-the-honey-bee-scientists-warn-pesticides-killing-them-off.html

12/04/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

A team of scientists at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York studied environmental factors to get a grasp of bumblebee

http://www.bees.news/2017-12-04-conventional-agriculture-strikes-again-analysis-finds-that-fungicides-are-causing-the-decline-in-endangered-bumblebee-populations.html

11/27/2017 / By Janine Acero

The U.K. has now decided to join the EU-wide ban on pesticides to protect and conserve bees that are dying

http://www.bees.news/2017-11-27-u-k-joins-the-eu-in-their-ban-against-bee-killing-pesticides.html

11/13/2017 / By Janine Acero

What was thought to be a disorder in petal surfaces of certain flowers turned out to be an ingenious adaptation

http://www.bees.news/2017-11-13-a-bat-signal-for-bees-scientists-have-discovered-that-common-garden-flowers-have-an-invisible-blue-halo-for-attracting-bees.html

11/07/2017 / By Russel Davis

Home gardening is becoming more popular these days, which is largely due in part to its many beneficial effects such

http://www.bees.news/2017-11-07-21-easy-to-grow-crops-to-grow-at-home.html

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