Bee Culture Magazine comes out once a month, but news and information is constant. To get you the very latest information from the world of beekeeping and all the things we touch as fast as possible, Catch The Buzz came to be. We routinely post articles of interest, news releases and other informational bits and pieces that never make it to the magazine.

 

  1. Pesticide Antidote for ‘Bees’

      Pesticide Exposure Antidote BY BRIAN OWENS   Feeding bees an antidote packaged inside pollen-like particles can rescue them from pesticide poisoning, according to research...
  2. PBS, My Garden of a Thousand Bees

    Nature: My Garden of a Thousand Bees Premieres Wednesday, October 20 at 8/7c on PBS (check local listings), pbs.org/nature and the PBS Video app.   Taking refuge from the...
  3. Buckling of Flower petals to Attract Bees

    Mechanical buckling of petals produces iridescent patterns visible to bees by Kathy Grube, University of Cambridge   Flowers are employing a materials science phenomenon...
  4. Texas IPM Teachings

      Expanding Texas’ integrated pest management teachings   New federal grant to implement economically, environmentally effective pest management statewide outreach Pest management outreach to...
  5. Golfers Join Pollinator Project

      Bloomin’ marvellous: Farleigh has improved its environment for wildlife, and for golfers Farleigh golfers get a buzz out of joining the Pollinator project...
  6. Special Saturday – Catch the Buzz

    Indoor Storage Conference 2021 Indoor storage of honey bee colonies during winter is not a new idea, but it is becoming a more widely-used...
  7. Nuts and Bolts Almond Pollination Panel

      What you’ve always wanted to know about taking your bees to pollinate – but didn’t know who to ask!     The American...
  8. Almond Board starts Pollinator Coalition

      Almond Board of California starts Pollinator Coalition   California’s 1,600 native bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects — needed to pollinate crops — are...
  9. Minnesota Lawns to Legumes

      Want to help Minnesota’s pollinators? Lawns to Legumes has grants and coaches to guide you. Nora G. Hertel St. Cloud Times Sue Gray...
  10. Almond Pollination Value Up in Stanislaus Co.

        Ag values decline in Stanislaus Co. in the face of pandemic challenges except Almond Pollination By PAWAN NAIDU Stanislaus County agriculture had...
  11. Special Saturday – Catch the Buzz

    Beekeeping Today Podcast (S4, E15) The podcast for the latest beekeeping news, information and entertainment for today’s beekeeper. Hosts Jeff Ott and Kim Flottum...
  12. Yellowjacket Wasps are NOT Honey Bees!

      Be aware of fall’s ground nesting yellowjackets. They are NOT Honey Bees The  North Carolina, Anson Extension discusses safety when dealing with yellowjackets...
  13. In Missouri, a Human ‘Bee’

      Dwarf crested iris wildflowers. Credit: Getty Images In Missouri, a Human ‘Bee’ Works to Better Understand Climate Change’s Effects By Shahla Farzan Researcher Matthew Austin...
  14. Varroa Population Dynamics

    By: Ross Conrad Last month we reviewed the results of a trial comparing treatment-free cultural controls with a commercially approved acaricide (Bee Culture September...
  15. Common Floral Bacteria

    By: Shawn Christensen, UC Davis Certain species of floral bacteria can enhance pollen germination, according to a study published from the University of California,...