Promoting bee health around the world

KEEPING HONEY BEES HEALTHY IS IN EVERYONE’S BEST INTEREST FOR THE SAKE OF OUR FOOD AND OUR FUTURE.

NOD APIARY PRODUCTS LTD. PROMOTES HONEY BEE HEALTH AROUND THE WORLD THROUGH VARIOUS INITIATIVES.

Research

NOD Apiary Products Ltd. conducts and supports extensive product research to stay informed. We aim to bring you the best methods and information for understanding how our products work and how they affect your bees.

Education

NOD Apiary Products Ltd. invests in Honey bee education. We travel the world doing talks, support research, develop and share informative articles and much more.

Partnership

NOD Apiary Products Ltd. cultivates beneficial relationships with environmental and industry stakeholders.

External Resources

University Research

University of Florida Honey Bee & Extension Lab (Dr. Jamie Ellis) UC Davis, CA. Honey Bee Lab (Dr, Elina Nino) Clemson, SC Cooperative Extension (Jennifer Tsuruda, PhD) University of Georgia Honey Bee Program (Jennifer Berry) University of Maryland (Dr. Dennis van Engelsdorp) Cornell University, Dyce Lab for Honey bee Studies Texas A & M Honey bee lab

Varroa Management

The Bee Informed Partnership ARS – how to submit bee samples Minnesota Bee Lab (Dr. Marla Spivak) Oregon State University Honey Bee Lab – Protecting Bees from pesticides Tools for Varroa Management Guide from the Honey Bee Health Coalition Pollinator Stewardship Council’s quick guide to report a bee kill

Magazines

Bee Culture Magazine American Bee Journal

Pollination

Almond Board of California

Important beekeeping associations

eastern apiculture society Heartland Apicultural Society Western Apicultural Society American Beekeepers Federation American Honey Producers Association Information on International Beekeeping

Small Hive Beetle

national bee unit