Resources on IPM and Pollinators

A large hummingbird moth on bergamot (Monarda fistulosa). Source: C. Neal, UNH Cooperative Extension.

IPM and Pollinators
What is the appropriate role for IPM on the issue of pollinators? Watch the web broadcast recording at:
http://neipmc.org/go/HsFg

Pollinators: Living Drones (The Atlantic)
As Jeff Pettis, a USDA official, said in a 2013 report on the health of honey bees, “We are one poor weather event or high winter bee loss away from a pollination disaster.”
http://neipmc.org/go/ENEY

Ecological Landscape Alliance
Advice on protecting native bees and encouraging bee habitat.
http://neipmc.org/go/FbFP

eXtension Bee Health portal
Research-based information emerging from America's land-grant universities on honey bee health, beekeeping, native bees, and more.
http://neipmc.org/go/jpQf

Pollinators in Resources Database
The Northeastern IPM Center Resources Database lets you search the category “pollinator.”
http://neipmc.org/go/TRJF

 

— by CHRIS GONZALES


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