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South Australia, putting the state's agricultural industry at risk. The state now depends on about 60 beekeepers for domestic bees to pollinate crops after the feral population was hit hard by the Bangor and Ngarkat bushfires, among others. SA
COM A Chinese beekeeper let 460,000 bees cover his body last week just to sell more of his honey. According to NBC News , 34-year-old She Ping stood still for 40 minutes while he was covered in the bees...I first did this at 22, just for fun and out
one man in China literally covered his entire naked body in 460,000 swarming bees. She Ping, a 34-year-old merchant from Chongqing, pulled the stunt -- an international practice known as bee-bearding -- in order to generate sales for his line of
BEE business and a potential billion dollar threat to agriculture is on the agenda of a Senate hearing on Tuesday. At a town hall in Murray Bridge, west of Adelaide, senators will start to hear evidence from those in the bee and honey industry,
Taipei, April 14 (CNA) A group of Taiwanese scholars has confirmed long-held suspicions that a compound used in imidacloprid, one of the most widely used pesticides, is the culprit behind the worldwide demise of honeybees.
Vt. (AP) A slow change in agricultural practices is having an unintended consequence: limiting food for bees. Since the 1980s, Vermont has lost more than 100,000 acres of hay fields that used to be full of bee friendly blooming alfalfa and clover.
Prospect in Port Antonio, offers residential and other social and rehabilitative services to its clients. The objective is to prepare the residents for life in the wider society upon their departure from the centre, which has the capacity to house a
We know that honeybee dieoffs have been a problem in America , but what about their European cousins? A new report takes the first comprehensive look at just what is happening to the bee colonies in Europe and the news is very bad indeed. A report
A new analysis of rare leafcutter-bee fossils excavated from the Rancho La Brea Tar Pits in Southern California has provided valuable insight into the local environment during the last Ice Age. The La Brea Tar Pits, located in Los Angeles, contain
As temperatures rise consistently into the 60s and 70s, spring blooms are bursting around the region -- elevating levels of tree and grass pollen. Tree pollen -- including cedar, maple, elm, poplar, beech, sycamore, willow and oak -- surged to high