The April 2015 issue of IPM Insights focuses on Pollinators and IPM.
Government sponsors are coordinating the actions of researchers, educators, beekeepers, and growers in the field in ways that could help reverse pollinator decline.
Resources from the April 2015 special issue of IPM Insights, all about pollinators.
The Northeastern IPM Center provides the following synopsis of two prevailing views on neonicotinoids and pollinators. Our goal is to bring this scientific discussion to your attention, not necessarily to promote either view.
A group of professionals are protecting existing bee habitat on farms, open land, and in natural areas.
In 2006, managed honey bee colonies began to die off in large numbers without explanation.
The Northeastern IPM Center’s Resources Database lets you search the category “pollinator.”
One in every three bites of food is attributable to insect pollination. With insect pollinators so vital to food production, national and global reports of their decline are concerning.
The April 2015 issue of IPM Insights on Pollinators and IPM is now available as a downloadable e-book.