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Conservation agriculture project explores new ways to bolster bee habitat

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By , on May 14th, 2014

Asian honey bees foraging on Chinese redbud tree flowers.

Citation: Huang, Z.Y. 2014. Asian honey bees foraging on Chinese redbud tree flowers. http://bees.msu.edu/2014/redbud/. Accessed {date of your visit}.

Published May 13, 2014

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

Eastern redbud trees are blooming, one right in …

By , on May 10th, 2014

Honey bees will forage on tulip flowers for pollen

Citation: Huang, Z.Y. 2014. Honey bees will forage on tulip flowers for pollen. BeetheBest Blog, http://bees.msu.edu/2014/tulip/, Accessed {date of your visit}.

Published May 8, 2014.

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

Will honey bees forage on tulip flowers? On …

By , on April 7th, 2014

Michigan Spring Flowers: Winter Aconite

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

Citation: Huang, Z.Y. 2014. Michigan spring flowers: winter aconite. BeetheBest Blog, http://bees.msu.edu/2014/winter-aconite/. Accessed on {date of your visit}.

Published April 6, 2014
Revised April 8, 2014

Well, spring is finally here in Michigan, about …

By , on February 25th, 2014

Winter mortality at one MSU yard

Zachary Huang, Michigan State University

Last Saturday the high was about 35F (2C). I thought I would check my bees at one yard. By the time I went there it was 5:48 pm and about 34F. ┬áThe snow was …