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Honey bees, King Lear & Lady Boss: Things To Do in Hamilton March 23 - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Honey bees, King Lear & Lady Boss: Things To Do in Hamilton March 23
CBC.ca
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Here's how residents can help honey bees in Ohio - Cleveland 19 ... - Cleveland 19 News

The Milwaukee Independent (press release) (blog)



Meet The Woman Rescuing Millions of Honey Bees - Huffington Post

Huffington Post

Meet The Woman Rescuing Millions of Honey Bees
Huffington Post
Enter, Hilary Kearney of Girl Next Door Honey, a local hero for struggling honeybees across the United States. Hilary works to raise San Diego's bee population and spread awareness among her community. She rescues bees, teaches classes about them, ...



Almond-crop fungicides a threat to honey bees - EurekAlert (press release)

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Almond-crop fungicides a threat to honey bees
EurekAlert (press release)
"Given that these fungicides may be applied when honey bees are present in almond orchards, our findings suggest that bees may face significant danger from chemical applications even when responsibly applied," says Juliana Rangel, Ph.D., assistant ...
Almond-crop fungicides are harmful to honey bees - UPI.comUPI.com
The almond milk craze could be bad news for bees | Popular SciencePopular Science

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Fighting honeybee decline with instrumental insemination ? Video - Good Fruit Grower

Good Fruit Grower

Fighting honeybee decline with instrumental insemination ? Video
Good Fruit Grower
Inside her laboratory in Western Washington, Susan Cobey inserts a queen honeybee face down into a plastic tube, opens her abdomen with hooks and gives her a dose of drone semen from a capillary tube. If all goes as planned, the now inseminated ...



Here's How Growing Almonds Spells Trouble For Honey Bees ... - Tech Times

Tech Times

Here's How Growing Almonds Spells Trouble For Honey Bees ...
Tech Times
Fungicides commonly used in almond orchards can harm honey bees, the tree nut's very own key pollinator. Learn how the fungicide iprodione is wreaking ...
Almond Crop Growers Are Experiencing a Stiff Situation As the Key ...Science Times
Spraying in Almond Orchards May Kill Pollinator BeesCourthouse News Service

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10 interesting facts about creators of the sweet gold - South Coast Sun

South Coast Sun

10 interesting facts about creators of the sweet gold
South Coast Sun
Honey bees have six legs, two compound eyes made up of thousands of tiny lenses (one on each side of the head), three simple eyes on the top of the head, a pair of wings, a nectar pouch, and a stomach. Honey bees have 170 odourant receptors, compared ...



At mealtime, honey bees prefer country blossoms to city blooms - ScienceBlog.com (blog)

ScienceBlog.com (blog)

At mealtime, honey bees prefer country blossoms to city blooms
ScienceBlog.com (blog)
Hungry honey bees appear to favor flowers in agricultural areas over those in neighboring urban areas. The discovery has implications for urban beekeepers and challenges assumptions that farmland and honey bees are incompatible, said authors of a new ...

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Not so sweet: 250000 honey bees stolen in Iredell - Statesville Record & Landmark

Statesville Record & Landmark

Not so sweet: 250000 honey bees stolen in Iredell
Statesville Record & Landmark
The Iredell County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of a quarter-million bees taken from a beekeeper in January. Jerry Cloninger, of Mooresville, said five of his hives went missing from property in the 1700 block of Landis Highway between ...



Could Tiny Drones Replace Honeybees? - Flying Magazine

Flying Magazine

Could Tiny Drones Replace Honeybees?
Flying Magazine
The ever-dwindling population of honeybees in North America and Europe is not a new problem. With a few rare blips on the survival tracking charts, nearly 45 percent of honeybee colonies still die annually. A group of Japanese scientists, however ...




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