Blueberries are more adept to buzz pollination, a vibrating act performed by bumble bee species and other native pollinators that literally shakes the pollen from the flower. However, the availability and abundance of these native pollinators are often not enough to support pollination needs for larger or commercial operations. This is where managed pollinators come into the picture.
‘Moving Baled Hay From Areas Under Quarantine for Imported Fire Ant’ is the title of a new factsheet issued by the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) which contains “… useful information for farmers, ranchers, hay growers, and suppliers, especially those who are responding to recent wildfires in[…]Read More »
Second Lady Karen Pence and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue are looking to draw attention to declining numbers of honeybees by unveiling a beehive at the vice presidential residence. Read moreRead More »