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What’s The Deal With Robot Bees? Things We Know So Far

It’s almost been two weeks since Walmart’s patent application for robot bees came to light. Unsurprisingly, the idea if building drones to mimic what bees can do has gone viral. The behemoth corporation’s patent specifically covers “pollination drones,” pertaining to tiny robots that act just like bees to pollinate crops autonomously. While Walmart hasn’t confirmed, [...]

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Is Your Bee Hive Healthy? 5 Important Signs Of An Active And Thriving Hive

  Caring for bees is a noble task, whether your goal is to collect their delicious, golden honey or to create a strong pollination system on your farm. Cases of hive collapses have been reported over the years, and the survival of bees across the globe is facing quite an enormous challenge. Pesticides are named [...]

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Bees Get Stressed, Too; 5 Ways You Can Help Them Feel Better

  Yes, bees get stressed out too. Stress doesn’t exactly contribute to diseases in bees. However, it makes a colony weak, eventually causing diseases to develop. Scientists have often likened a bee colony into a “black box,” where energy (water, nectar, pollen) flows to convert it to various products -- brood, beeswax, and honey included. [...]

By | 2018-03-22T09:57:45+00:00 March 22nd, 2018|General|Comments Off on Bees Get Stressed, Too; 5 Ways You Can Help Them Feel Better

Iowa Governor Celebrates Bees & Declares “Honey Bee Day”

In February 22, 2018, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds approved that March 14 would be officially called “Iowa Honey Bee Day.” The event aims to highlight the importance of honeybees to the state’s agricultural sector and the environment. The idea was proposed by the Iowa Honey Producers Association which, according to Gov. Reynolds, will give the [...]

By | 2018-03-21T05:28:03+00:00 March 15th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Iowa Governor Celebrates Bees & Declares “Honey Bee Day”

New Zealand Steps Up Efforts For Honey Bee Preservation

Following the news that a group of pesticides known as neonicotinoids is harming honeybees and wild bees, New Zealand began ramping up its efforts for the preservation of bees. The use of neonicotinoids has been recorded in New Zealand, although the Environmental Protection Authority says that it is controlled. The chemical has become a debated [...]

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5 Reasons Why Raw Honey Should Be Part Of Our Daily Diet

  Long before sugar became widely used, honey has been available and was valued as a natural sweetener. The production of honey flourished in ancient Sicily and Greece. Similar to what the popular Hundred Acre Wood bear is keen on doing, bears have already been chasing hives, evading stings as much as they can for [...]

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Oil-Collecting Honey Bees Boost Ecosystem Diversity

Bees are responsible for carrying pollen from plant to plant. This process makes sure crops have a healthy reproductive function and that fruit crops are abundant. There have been a number of campaigns and scientific studies emphasizing the need for these pollinators to sustain natural biodiversity over the years. Thus, when the decline in bee [...]

By | 2018-03-21T05:30:13+00:00 March 12th, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Oil-Collecting Honey Bees Boost Ecosystem Diversity

Climate Change & Bee Health: Wild Bees Battle For Survival In The US

The population of the over 700 species of North American bees are reducing in numbers as the loss of habitat continues at a breakneck pace. According to the Center for Biological Diversity, more than half of the 1,400 species of bees are on the decline and nearly a quarter is at risk of being extinct. [...]

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World’s Most Common Pesticide Threatening Honey Bees Faces Permanent Ban In Europe

The most widely used insecticides in the world pose a serious threat to both wild bees and honeybees, according to latest research conducted by the scientific risk assessors of the European Union. This conclusion was drawn from an analysis of over 1,500 studies, indicating that neonicotinoid pesticides could be banned from all fields across the [...]

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Scientific Breakthrough BeesVita Plus Saves Honeybees

USDA, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, FIVE COUNTRIES, BEEKEEPERS WORLDWIDE World’s Largest Honeybee Field Trials Proves Product Improves Health & Mite Control Global Honeybee Epidemic Creates Colony Losses & Crops Concerns Varroa Mite Attacks Up, U.S. Hurricanes Drown Bees   Lee Rosen, Chairman & CEO, Healthy Bees, LLC, holding 5K Package of BeesVita Plus, Revolutionary Honeybee Varroa [...]

By | 2018-03-12T09:47:05+00:00 March 12th, 2018|Press|Comments Off on Scientific Breakthrough BeesVita Plus Saves Honeybees