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With bloom season approaching for fruit crops, it's important to remind growers of the main tactics for reducing the risk of pesticides to bees.

Penn State researchers will try to determine the best practices for organic beekeeping by comparing organic and chemical-free to conventional management.

Beginner and experienced beekeepers and those thinking about taking up backyard beekeeping can get the information they need from Beekeeping 101.

Our lives and the dinner table just wouldn't be the same without bumble bees.

Hungry honey bees appear to favor flowers in agricultural areas over those in neighboring urban areas.

RFID microchips provide glimpses into a colony of bumblebees, and how they gather nectar.

The rusty patched bumble bee is a known pollinator of berries, tomatoes and legumes. Today, it is present in only 13 states, including Ohio.

Weed scientists have been reporting for years that a conservation program meant to provide habitat for pollinating insects is sowing bad seeds.

15 strange methods that work for treating wasp and bee stings.

Consider the addition of a solitary bee hotel to your garden this season!
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