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Pollinator Issues and Awareness

 
 BEE part of the solution
Protect pollinators at AmericanHort.org/Bees


New webinars available for greenhouse growers

.  Read more....   (3/5/15)
Pre-recorded webinars on how to grow "bee-friendly" plants and tools to use for crop scheduling are now available.
             "Growing Bee-Friendly Plants in the Greenhouse"
             "Crop Scheduling of Bedding Plants" 

HRI Research Funds $125,000 in pollinator research Read more......


Webinars from Texas

 Honeybees and neonicotinoids II (Recorded webinar)

Juliana

Dr. Juliana Rangel, Texas A&M University
Webinar recorded on Feb 18, 2015
There has been many debates on the role of neonicotinoids, a group of very effective insecticides used in ornamental production and landscapes, on honeybee colony collapse. This second webinar of two focuses on the role of neonicotinoids on this issue.

Honeybees and neonicotinoids I (Recorded webinar)

Dr. Juliana Rangel, Texas A&M University

Webinar recorded on Feb 11, 2015
There has been many debates on the role of neonicotinoids, a group of very effective insecticides used in ornamental production and landscapes, on honeybee colony collapse. This first webinar of two focuses on facts about honeybees, their role in agriculture and health of bee colonies.

Mengmeng Gu, PhD

Assistant Professor/Extension Specialist---Commercial Horticulture

Google (Cell) Phone/Text: 662-368-8552

Office: 979-845-8567 Fax: 979-845-8906

225 HFSB TAMU 2134

College Station, TX 77843-2134

mgu@tamu.edu

Blog: http://greenviion.wordpress.com/

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