AIA Annual Meeting to be virtual event;set for Jan. 11-12. Registrations are now open for the Apiary Inspectors of America (AIA) Annual Meeting,a virtual event set for Jan. 11-12, 2022.Read more
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Earlier this year, FieldWatch’s SeedFieldCheck registry expanded to four new states: Nebraska, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan. The registry integrates into the existing FieldWatch crop and apiary registry and enables seed
ST. LOUIS, Missouri — FieldWatch, Inc®, a non-profit company that helps applicators, growers of specialty crops and beekeepers communicate about the locations of crops and hives to improve stewardship, celebrates its 10th anniversary this year
CHANTELLE GROVE, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is reporting the successful revamping of the Iowa Sensitive Crops Registry and is encouraging eligible producers to re-save their data for the 2018
SWISHER, Iowa — DriftWatch, a new online mapping tool for sensitive crops, allows herbicide or insecticide applicators to see where bees and specialty crops are being raised in their neighborhood. The program just launched in
Many people are excited about using new technology to fight weeds. They’re hoping for better control with the dicamba-based products that can now be applied over Xtend soybeans. At the same time, others are concerned
A year ago this month, North Carolina became the 14th state to partner with FieldWatch, an online mapping service designed to help prevent crop damage and bee deaths from accidental or unintended pesticide drift. The BeeCheck
FieldWatch™ directory will replace Iowa’s current registry with goal to improve communication between farmers and applicators DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture and Land Stewardship Bill Northey today encouraged Iowans with pesticide sensitive crops
Delaware’s new pollinator protection plan outlines strategies, best practices, techniques and resources that beekeepers, farmers, landowners and pesticide applicators can use to help protect and enhance bees and other pollinators, the Delaware Department of Agriculture
Protecting bees from pesticides just got easier with the release by Oregon State University of a smartphone app that farmers and beekeepers can use to consult a publication when they’re out in the field. The