pollinators

USDA, UGA break ground on new agriculture research facility

The USDA’s Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and the University of Georgia (UGA) College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new state-of-the... more »

Ongoing honeybee research initiatives

Elina L. Niño's, Ph.D. team supports a number of stakeholder groups through a number of educational activities and by offering laboratory and field services. Niño’s research interests encompass basic and applied approaches to understanding and improving honeybee health. more »
Cover image of National Nut Grower January/February 2024 issue. Feature image.

Editor’s Letter: Welcome to 2024!

Take a sneak peek of what's inside National Nut Grower's January/February 2024 issue. more »

Honeybee health guide released

The latest Honey Bee Nutrition Guide from the Honey Bee Health Coalition is designed to provide beekeepers important information available at their fingertips. The guide is a review and manual prov... more »

NFWF awards $4.1 million in grants to conserve monarch butterflies, other pollinators

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced $4.1 million in grants to conserve monarch butterflies and other insect pollinators in 15 states. The grants will leverage $6.6 million in ma... more »

Georgia destroys nest of hornet bee predator

To protect the state's honeybee population, Georgia agricultural officials have detected and destroyed the nest of a yellow-legged hornet’s nest. The yellow-legged hornet feeds on a variety of in... more »

Aphids discourage pollinators from tropical milkweed

Though aphids are the bane of many home gardeners’ existence, a new study University of Florida (UF) study shows the tiny pests also pose problems for the iconic monarch butterfly. Insect pollina... more »

North Michigan Perennial Farm Ecosystem conference scheduled

The second annual Perennial Farm Ecosystem Conference hosted by northern Michigan's Leelanau Conservation District plans to educate growers about a systems approach to growing perennial crops. ... more »
Cover crops in almond orchard. Photo courtesy of Almond Board of California.

Healthy orchards

A cover crop program designed to create a nutrient rich environment for pollinators more »

A map of the rusty patched bumble bee’s genome offers new approach to saving this pollinator

A detailed, high-resolution map of the rusty patched bumble bee's genome has been released by USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) scientists, offering... more »

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