California Ag Today
Colorado Ag Today
Fruit Grower Report
Farmers to Families Cut and USDA Specialty Crop Funding
Philippines Lowers Pork Tariffs and Ag Fairs Rescue Act
Farmer Concerns About Water, Wildfire Risk
California Tree Nut ReportBees
Line on AgricultureUSDA research Shawn Steffan discusses how microbes within the pollen provisions for bee larvae provide necessary amino acids.
California Tree Nut ReportJosette Lewis
Southeast Regional Ag NewsHoney bee colonies are rented, while bumble bees are purchased. Do you know why?
Fruit Grower ReportMurder Hornets, or Asian Giant Hornets are here, like it or not, but are they really all that scary? We talk with Bayer Entomologist Dick Rogers to find out.
California Ag TodayBruce Cason has been a beekeeper in Kerman since 1973, but he recently launched a website to help farmers and beekeepers.
California Ag TodayToday’s report is a few wildfire-related storylines happening throughout the state courtesy of the California Farm Bureau.
Farm of the FutureStudy the Murder Hornet
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportBayer Entomologist Dick Rogers gives us the skinny on what we're dealing with as the Asian Giant Hornet trapping begins in Whatcom County.
Idaho Ag TodayThe lives of honeybees are shortenedwhen they are exposed to the suggested application rates of two commercially available and widely used pesticides.
Fruit Grower ReportBayer Entomologist Dick Rogers gives us his take on the recent introduction in Washington state of the Asian Giant Hornet.
California Tree Nut ReportTom Burchell, CEO Burchell Nursery
Line on AgricultureDuring the next few weeks, beekeepers will finish moving some 2.5 million honeybee colonies into California orchards.