1. 01.01.2008 112 pp. : ill. Global Action on Pollination Services for Sustainable Agriculture Gift of Dr Abram Bicksler Jan 24, 2023 Every continent has reports of pollinator declines in at least one region/ country. The losses of pollination services have been well documented in many specifi c instances;...
  2. This document explains how to encourage and protect the important relationship between bees and trees, and the benefits of doing so.
  3. 01.09.1984 Next to food, firewood is the most scarce item in developing countries. More than one third of the world is dependent upon firewood to supply their energy needs and ninety percent of the people in the poorest countries depend upon it as their chief source of fuel. What better way is there to...
  4. This publication discusses honeybee health, colony collapse and mitigative and preventive measures. It includes data collection and research to identify factors affecting honeybee health.
  5. Honey bees get all the press, but the fascinating story of North America’s native bees—endangered species essential to our ecosystems and food supplies—is just as crucial. Through interviews with farmers, gardeners, scientists, and bee experts,Our Native Beesexplores the importance of native bees...
  6. This book invites readers involved in agriculture and biodiversity conservation to think about the essential service that pollinators provide. Its twofold purpose is to inform and encourage.
  7. 20.10.2014 The ECHO Florida Seed Bank offers a wide variety of useful crops, many of which naturally attract pollinators (Fig. 3). Encouraging beneficial insects in your garden is a key component in promoting biodiversity, controlling unwanted pests and increasing pollination of your crops. If you live in...
  8. 20.10.2014 Worldwide, the number of insect pollinators has declined sharply in recent years. Beekeepers have experienced heavy loss of honey bee colonies; in the United States, the number of managed colonies is half of what it was sixty or seventy years ago (USDA). The number of wild pollinators has also...