Monthly Archives: August 2007

Africanized honeybees found in Evangeline, Vermilion

Africanized honeybees continue their eastward trek across Louisiana with new confirmations near Turkey Creek in Evangeline Parish and Pecan Island in Vermilion Parish, Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry Bob Odom reported today. Read more

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Frenzy over Bee Colony Collapse Disorder could come to Canada

Here is an article about CCD and Canada Read more

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Wine tainted with venom triggers allergic reactions

Although this is about wasps and not bees, it is an interesting article about venom and allergic reactions. Read more

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Bee Movie, B Movies, and Bee Swarms

This is a blog article about Bee Movies and B Movies Read more

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Nelson varroa bee mite incursion update

MAF Biosecurity New Zealand (MAFBNZ) surveillance completed in July confirmed varroa has not spread outside of the Controlled Area at the top of the South Island. Read more

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Kenya: Honey Factory to Be Built

A farmers training centre in Taita Taveta District is negotiating with an international research organisation to put up a modern multi-million honey processing plant. Read more

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Indiana spared bee disorder so far

A mysterious illness that has been killing tens of thousands of honeybee colonies across the country has yet to become a serious problem in Indiana, said beekeepers who were greeting State Fair-goers Sunday. Read more

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