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. Honey Bees Want Soybeans

    Honey Bees Show a Taste for Soybean in New Study ENTOMOLOGY TODAY By Ed Ricciuti Among beekeepers, soybeans have been commonly viewed as a...
  2. 2022 Indoor Storage Conference

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  3. Must History Repeat?

    By: John Miller Our experience, as individuals and in societies, is informed by history. ‘Nothing new under the sun’, we’ve often heard. Many observers...
  4. Oriental Hornets Destroy 70% of Colonies

    70 per cent of local beehives destroyed by oriental hornets on Malta Pollination of food crops being hit hard Jessica Arena Oriental hornets have...
  5. Bumblebees Play with Balls

    Astonishing Experiment Shows Bumble Bees “Play” With Objects By QUEEN MARY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON First-ever study shows that bumble bees ‘play’. The experiment, in which...
  6. Rutgers Online Beekeeping Courses

    Online Beekeeping Courses & Webinars with Rutgers University Make a beeline to Rutgers University for online beekeeping courses and webinars this spring and summer!...
  7. An Interview with Troy Hall

    of Hall Apiaries By: Jeff Kennedy We are living in an unprecedented time. A time of immediate gratification, where almost anything you could possibly...
  8. Beeing Diverse

    A Recap By: Emma Wadel As I hope many of you are aware, we had our annual October event entitled BEEing Diverse: Inspiring Leaders...
  9. Interview with an Inventor

    Stuart Roweth By: Tina Sebestyen I first became acquainted with Stuart Roweth, who lives in England, after reading about his invention, the Bee Gym,...
  10. Minding Your Bees and Cues

    A Diachronic Ouija – Zoom Interview with Virgil By: Becky Masterman & Bridget Mendel For the interview issue of this magazine, we chose to...
  11. Found in Translation

    Click Here if you listened. We’re trying to gauge interest so only one question is required; however, there is a spot for feedback! Read...
  12. A Conversation on Pesticides

    with Dan Schmehl – Pollinator Ecotoxicologist By: James Masucci One of the best things to come out of Bayer’s acquisition of Monsanto was that...
  13. Beekeeping in the United States

    Click Here if you listened. We’re trying to gauge interest so only one question is required; however, there is a spot for feedback! Read...
  14. The Best Tasting Honey in the World

    Click Here if you listened. We’re trying to gauge interest so only one question is required; however, there is a spot for feedback! Read...
  15. The Beekeeping Journey of a Research Molecular Biologist

    Lelania Bilodeau, PhD By: Earl Hoffman Dr. Bilodeau, thank you for agreeing to this Bee Culture Magazine interview. I understand that you go by...