The Bee Care Community Leadership Award recognizes an individual who has utilized beekeeping to create innovative projects that benefit a community.
Bayer CropScience continued its second annual Bee Care Tour, a mobile tour designed to emphasize the important role bees play, by making its sixth stop at Purdue University in West Lafayette.
American Seed Trade Association President & CEO Andrew W. LaVigne released a statement in response to the Center for Food Safety’s report on the value of neonicotinoids in agriculture.
There is still plenty of work to be done on major issues in Congress that could impact the crop protection industry this year.
National Honey Bee Advisory Board and the Pollinator Stewardship Council have filed an appeal challenging the EPA for its approval of the pesticide Sulfoxaflor.
Two honey bee research projects will be highlighted at the 2013 Farm Science Review in London, OH.
CropLife America supports a more holistic and scientific approach to understanding and improving pollinator health.
Bayer CropScience has announced favorable field trial results of its new seed application technology to reduce dust-off.
In an ongoing effort to protect bees and other pollinators, the U.S. EPA has developed new pesticide labels that prohibit use of some neonicotinoid pesticide products where bees are present. “Multiple factors play a role in bee colony declines, including pesticides. The Environmental Protection Agency is taking action to protect bees from pesticide exposure and
Sulfoxaflor is a new chemistry, and the first of a newly assigned sub-class of pesticides in the neonicotinoid class of pesticides.