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Pollinator Partnership Announces Three New Designations for Bee Friendly Farming

Pollinator Partnership (P2) is proud to announce enhancements and improvements to its Bee Friendly Farming (BFF) program to better recognize engage and support BFF participants and pollinators everywhere. The new BFF program will have three categories that allow them to engage with all participants at a finer scale while addressing their goals: Bee Friendly Farming Certified, Bee Friendly Farming Partner …

CASP Pollination Workshop – Chico

California Almond Sustainability Program In-the-Orchard Workshop Pollination and Pest Management | Planting Forage Learn what’s new in honey bee health and receive a hard copy of the recently updated Honey Bee Best Management Practices (BMPs) for California almonds. Industry experts will cover best practices for a successful pollination, including simple, efficient steps for growers, beekeepers and other pollination stakeholders. Benefits …

CASP Pollination Workshop – Chowchilla

California Almond Sustainability Program In-the-Orchard Workshop Pollination & Pest Management | Planting Forage Learn what’s new in honey bee health and receive a free, physical copy of the recently updated Honey Bee Best Management Practices (BMPs) for California Almonds. Industry experts will cover best practices for a successful pollination, including simple, efficient steps for growers, beekeepers and other pollination stakeholders. …

CASP Pollination Workshop – Ceres

California Almond Sustainability Program In-the-Orchard Workshop Pollination & Pest Management | Planting Forage Learn what’s new in honey bee health and receive a free, physical copy of the recently updated Honey Bee Best Management Practices (BMPs) for California Almonds. Industry experts will cover best practices for a successful pollination, including simple, efficient steps for growers, beekeepers and other pollination stakeholders. …

Cover Crops Complement, Not Compete with Almond Bloom

The engineering of flowering agricultural field borders has emerged as a research and policy priority to mitigate threats to pollinators. Studies have, however, rarely addressed the potential that flowering field borders might compete with neighboring crops for pollinator visits if they both are in bloom at the same time, despite this being a concern expressed by growers. We evaluated how …