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AIA Winter Newsletter

December 28th, 2021|

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

In the News

The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) Tuesday issued permanent state restrictions for use of dicamba on soybeans.

3.12.2022 – IDOA releases permanent state rules for dicamba on soybeans

Beekeepers based in Washington, D.C. can now use BeeCheck™ to communicate the location of
their apiaries to pesticide applicators

9.17.21Washington DC Joining FieldWatch DOEE

July 21 Event At Country Heritage Winery
7.14.21 – Growing Good Neighbors-Indiana

Steven E. Smith Scholarship
6.9.21 – 2021 Steven E. Smith Scholarship Press Release 9-Jun21

Follow Simple Steps To Keep Pollinators Safe
6.8.21 –Thrive by Syngenta

Check FieldWatch Before Pesticide Applications
4.15.21 – Iowa State University Extension and Outreach

Drift Registry Eyes Expansion
3.30.21 – DTN/Progressive Farmer – agriculture’s independent voice

Steve Smith Obituary
2.23.21 –

Beekeepers, farmers and applicators must all BeeWhere!
12.7.20 – Morning AgClips

Bob Walters Named FieldWatch CEO
10.07.20 –

Ag Air Update
08.26.20 –

Beekeepers protect hives from pesticide amid virus fight
10.4.19 –

Registry will help PA  farmers minimize pesticide effects
8.14.19 –

Specialty crop growers and beekeepers have tool to avoid chemical drift
6.3.19 –

Help keep honeybees safe with DriftWatch
5.14.19 –

Make Your Specialty Known: Sensitive-Crop Registry Included in Dicamba Requirements
4.18.19 –

FieldWatch Adds States And New Technologies
4.16.19 –

Information on FieldWatch crop registry
4.13.19 –

FieldWatch: Innovative Technology for Protecting Pollinators
3.1.19 –

Guardians of the Drift: More States Turn to FieldWatch as Spray Season 2019 Approaches
1.11.19 –

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