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Do Honey Bees Need Pesticides, or More Specifically, Miticides?

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and southern Arizona rancher with her family Miticides, as the name implies, is an agent used to control mites. If you read my last article concerning honey bees and their unwelcome parasitic friend, … Continue reading

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Hive-proud Honey Bees

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and southern Arizona rancher with her family With all the talk surrounding honey bee declines, you might be wondering why I would spend any amount of time talking about “hive-proud” honey bees. … Continue reading

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Bee Gardens: How you can Become an Active Participant in Agriculture too!

By Amber Morin, Arizona Farm Bureau Field Manager and in ranching with her parents in Southwest Arizona In a recent buzz-worthy blog, Arizona’s Agriculture’s Honey Story is Sweet, we took time to discuss the natural ebbs and flows of honey … Continue reading

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3 Liquid Sweeteners You Need to Know More About

By Angela C Torrence, ASU Nutrition Student   I was about to put honey in my tea when I realized agave nectar might have a better flavor for that particular tea. That’s when I questioned, putting flavor aside, which liquid … Continue reading

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18 Honey Facts for National Honey Month

It’s September, and that means it is National Honey Month! Honey Month was initiated by The National Honey Board in 1989. September was chosen because it is the month that marks the end of the honey collection season for many … Continue reading

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