Miami-Dade Fire Rescue ~ Venom Response Bureau Presents “Bee” Safe PROTECT YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, HOME AND PROPERTY FROM BEES AFRICANIZED AND EUROPEAN HONEY BEES Africanized bees are becoming well established in the wild population of honey bees in Florida. The Africanized bee appears identical to European honey bee. Neither species is native to the United […]
It is Fall so, of course, Bees are doing it again … swarming…here in Florida, all year Swarming occurs several times per year here in Florida because of the favorable weather and the myriad locations in which bee hives can be secure. During swarm season, each hive splits when a new queen is born; the old […]
This guidance advises firms on the proper labeling of honey and honey products to help ensure that honey and honey products are not adulterated or misbranded under sections 402 and 403 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (the FD&C Act) (21 U.S.C. 342 and 343).
1. Rhododendron Spectacular and beautiful, not many people know the common rhododendron hides a poisonous secret – its nectar is toxic to bees. It’s common practice for beekeepers to keep Source: Top ten plants that are bad for bees
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Deputies were called Farm Street where someone told 911 that 58-year-old Rosa B. Gilmore-Green was weak an unable to move just before 8 p.m. The Jefferson County Coroner says shed died just before 1 this morning. Source: UPDATE | Wadley woman ID’d after dying from insecticide exposure
A federal lawsuit filed today seeks to force the EPA to label the seeds as a pesticide. The change would curb use of the pesticides that beekeepers say are inadvertently killing their colonies. Source: MN beekeeper: Feds must tighten rules on insecticide-coated seeds | Minnesota Public Radio News