New Publication: “Protecting Honey Bees From Area-Wide Insecticide Applications”

Whether you are a large apiarist or a beginning hobbyist, it is essential to understand and prepare your bees when a state/local agency announces any pesticide application program. Often, these agencies may announce area-wide programs to control disease-spreading mosquitoes, emerald ash borer, gypsy moth, or other pests. It is important to prepare for any program where any pesticides are applied by air or ground application (such as, invasive weed control).

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