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    Protecting Pollinators: The Stewardship Cycle

    Properly stewarding the land means properly using crop protection products.  Stewardship. Leaving the land in better shape than it started isn’t as simple...

    Protecting What Needs to be Protected

    How does agriculture affect different endangered species in the U.S.? How are seed companies trying to help? Experts explain. Crops, vegetables or flowers...
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    Scientists Start $10M Project to Create Health Diagnosis Tool for Bees

    When Canada's honey bees are thriving, they produce honey and pollinate valuable crops like blueberries, apples and hybrid canola seeds. But the health of...

    Protecting Pollinators: The Making of Insect Farmers

    Integrated pest management aids smarter decisions. Traditionally, a farmer solely focuses his work on growing crops. But what if his focus actually...

    Cover Crop Corner: It’s Time to Ditch Dixie

    Plant breeding improvements have given the industry better alternatives to industry standard cover crop varieties When Dixie Crimson Clover was released in 1953, its...
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    USDA Proposes New SECURE Biotechnology Regulations to Protect Plant Health and Promote Agricultural Innovation

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced June 5 the availability of a proposed rule titled “Movement of Certain Genetically Engineered Organisms.” In preparing this proposal,...

    Protecting Pollinators: In bloom? Mind the Spray Boom.

    Small adjustments make a big difference for stewardship. Springtime crop protection spray applications are often necessary for the success of the nation’s food...

    Protecting Pollinators: Kick Off Spring Planting With Stewardship

    With spring on the horizon, it’s important to keep stewardship at the top of the mind when planting.  Spring on the farm brings...

    NCGA Releases Pollinator Protection Guide

    The National Corn Growers Association – in partnership with the Honey Bee Health Coalition – is releasing new best management practices (BMPs) to protect bees and other...

    Introducing Beescape: A New Online Tool and Community to Support Bees

    A new online tool and community, called Beescape, enables beekeepers, or anyone interested in bees, to understand the specific stressors to which the bees in their managed hives,...
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    Bayer Feed a Bee Initiative Reaches 50-State Milestone

    Feed a Bee, the national pollinator forage initiative by Bayer, today announced it has reached its goal of awarding grants supporting diverse forage for honey bees and other...

    What Do Gardens Bring to Urban Ecosystems?

    “A healthy community requires healthy soil.” This idea spurred a consortium of researchers, farmers, and community garden practitioners to dive into the challenges —...

    National Pollinator Garden Network Surpasses Goal of One Million Registered Pollinator Gardens

    In just three years, 1,040,000 gardens were registered with the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge (MPGC) involving an estimated eight million people, concentrated in the United States, and Canada with...
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    Biologists Identify Honeybee ‘Clean’ Genes Known for Improving Survival

    The key to breeding disease-resistant honeybees could lie in a group of genes — known for controlling hygienic behavior — that enable colonies to limit the spread of harmful...

    Protecting Pollinators: Spring Brings Stewardship

    It’s never too early to start thinking about pesticide stewardship. Spring is almost in the air. The spring bloom for some specialty crops is on the horizon and the growing...

    Plant-Pollinator Interactions Improve Oilseed Production and Beehive Health

    When it comes to producing oilseed, the more honeybees and other pollinators that visit a flowering field of Brassica carinata, the better. This i