Latest Apiary Stories
Winning Entrant to Receive $5,000 in Program Support; trip to Washington, D.C.
A scientist speaking at the 246th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS) discussed that apiary experts still have no cure for what is killing off honeybees.
Steve McNair recognized for exceptional use of beekeeping to support at-risk youth WASHINGTON, D.C.
Green Sanctuary Community Apiary at Awbury Arboretum’s resident Beekeeper, Anaiis Salles, has been awarded a $15,000 NE Sustainable Agriculture Research Education Farmer Grant from the University
Governor Corbett Proclaims June 20-26 as 'Pollinator Week' HARRISBURG, Pa., June 20, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To highlight the vital role that pollinating insects play in Pennsylvania's agriculture industry, state officials today broke ground on a pollinator garden at the Department of Agriculture's headquarters in Harrisburg.
Scientists are seeking a way to identify and eliminate mass deaths of the honeybee, the primary pollinator for the worldâ€™s plants.
OAKLAND, Calif., Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- The honey bee crisis in the U.S. continues to threaten the U.S. food supply.
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Risks still surround the fate of the honeybee.
An enhanced-line honey bee stock developed by University of California, Davis bee breeder-geneticist Susan Cobey, that crosses her bee line â€œNew World Carnoliansâ€ with â€œOld Worldâ€ Carnolians from Germany, shows genetic promise in aiding the troubled bee industry, research reveals.
Apiology is the scientific study of honey bees, a subdiscipline of melittology (the study of all bees), which is a subdiscipline of entomology. Melittology comprises of more than 17,000 species other than the honey bee. Apiology includes apicology, which is the study of honey bee ecology. Honey bees are often chosen as a study group to answer questions on the evolution of social systems. People who study honey bees are called apiologists. There have been a number of notable apiologists...
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