Honeybees are a well-known source of pollination, but there are many other insects and small animals that the agricultural industry also relies on.
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Bees are crucial to the agricultural industry. You may already know that a sizable amount of food we eat is because of their crop pollination (though the exact percentage is the point of much debate), but there are many facts that people aren’t aware of. Here are 12 interesting facts about bees, nature’s first farmer: […]
Efforts to combat honeybee colony collapse disorder are buzzing along as researchers across the country investigate integrated pollination strategies. An expansive 15-institute, 50-scientist and 100-farm program, the Integrated Crop Pollination Project led by Michigan State University entomology professor Rufus Isaacs has been cranking out research since it launched in 2014 with an $8.6 million grant […]