Research Triangle Park, NC (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Bayer CropScience is starting the New Year off with a buzz by engaging in industry events with beekeepers, growers and researchers across the country. Through these events, the Company hopes to enhance understanding of bee health and increase awareness around the significant role pollinators play in sustainable agriculture.
The Bayer Bee Care Program is participating in several events focusing on the importance of bee health this month, including the North American Beekeeping Conference and Tradeshow (ABF) in Baton Rouge, La.; the American Honey Producers Association’s 45th Annual Convention (AHPA) in San Antonio, Texas; the American Beekeeping Research Conference (ABRC) in San Antonio, Texas; the Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference in Savannah, Ga,; and the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in New Orleans, La.
“At Bayer, we strongly believe that advancing solutions for honey bee health requires ongoing collaboration with partners and stakeholders,” said Dr. Dave Fischer, Bayer CropScience’s environmental toxicologist. “Bayer’s participation in industry events this month will foster discussion and sharing of new ideas among those interested in bee health, promote product stewardship and encourage innovative technologies aimed at supporting sustainable agriculture.”
At each event, Bayer will further communication around bee health though various initiatives, including:
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