Monthly Archives: March 2009

Haagen-Dazs Makes Second Gift For Honeybee Research & Education

Last year, Penn State and all-natural, superpremium ice cream manufacturer Haagen-Dazs teamed up to investigate Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), a mysterious ailment that has decimated honeybee colonies across the United States. This year, Haagen-Dazs has expanded that partnership with a … Continue reading

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India: Need for a balance in dealing with beehives

Undeniably, friction is inherent in the interface between honey bees and humans. Often provoked by mischievous acts of humans, swarmsof bees that have lived harmoniously in the city beautiful for decades descend upon passersby. Read More

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Calif. regs allow beekeeping near citrus groves

California growers of mandarin oranges are disappointed by a state agency’s proposed regulations that don’t force commercial bee hives to stay away from their groves. Read More

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Eritrea: Ministry Extends 18,000 Beehives to Farmers

The Ministry of Agriculture extended about 18,000 modern and traditional beehives to farmers in the year 2008. Read More

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Croatia beekeepers lose €10 million

Croatia lost around 27 per cent of its honeybees during winter 2007/2008. Read More

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