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Economics of Lowbush Blueberry in Maine

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Published on Jul 24, 2014

Part 6 of "Pollination Security for the Northeast" starts with Dr. Frank Drummond, University of Maine, interviewing graduate student Eric Asare. Eric's research project was focused on building models for blueberry farmers to predict how fluctuations in pollinators affect fruit set. In the second part, Aaron Hoshide interviews grower Paul Sweetland at Clary Hill, ME. They discuss some of the economic challenges facing growers such as renting honey bee and bumble bee hives and planting pasture strips to attract native pollinators.

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  1. 1

    Pollinator Habitat Enhancement in Cranberries

  2. 2

    Research Topics in Lowbush Blueberry Pollination

  3. 3

    Blueberry Pollination in Maine

  4. 4

    Aaron Hoshide and Paul Sweetland discuss the Economics of Lowbush Blueberry Pollination in Maine

  5. Economics of Lowbush Blueberry in Maine

  6. 6

    How to Estimate Bee Abundance in Maine Blueberries

  7. 7

    Landscape Ecology in Maine's Blueberry Growing Region

  8. 8

    Pollinator Plantings (The Bee Module) for Maine Lowbush Blueberry

  9. 9

    Lowbush Blueberry in Maine, Native Plants and Native Bees in a Modern System

  10. 10

    Commercial Pollination in Maine's Blueberry Barrens

  11. 11

    Bee CAP Overview and Stationary Apiaries

  12. 12

    Preference of Phoretic Mites for Young Bees Increase Varroa Fitness

  13. 13

    Varroa Sensitive Hygiene and Mite Reproduction

  14. 14

    Drug Interactions Between In-hive Miticides and Fungicides in Honey Bees

  15. 15

    Nosema ceranae in North America Nasty Nice or Neither

  16. 16

    Safe Exchange of Honey Bee Germplasm

  17. 17

    Effect of Transportation on Honey Bee Physiology

  18. 18

    Bee Health at eXtension

  19. 19

    Pesticide Analysis at the Stationary Apiaries

  20. 20

    Beneficial Microflora in Honey Bee Colonies

  21. 21

    Effects of Varroa Mites and Bee Diseases on Pollination Efficacy of Honey Bees

  22. 22

    Interactions Between Nosema Microspores and a Neonicotinoid on Honey Bees

  23. 23

    Disinfection of Nosema ceranae Infected Comb by Irradiation Acetic Acid and Heat

  24. 24

    Apis mellifera Proteomics of Innate Resistance

  25. 25

    Effects of a Miticide on Honeybee Memory - is the Cure Worse than the Disease

  26. 26

    A Test for Sub-acute Effects of Some Commonly Used Bee Hive Chemicals

  27. 27

    Pests Pathogens and Queen Losses in Commercial Migratory Operations

  28. 28

    Video presentation from the American Bee Research Conference 2010

  29. 29

    A New Assay to Measure Mite Grooming Behavior

  30. 30

    Bees and Beekeeping at the University of Tennessee

  31. 31

    Paenibacillus larvae With Brownian Motion From A Honey Bee Colony

  32. 32

    European and American Foulbrood in Honey Bee Colonies: Part 2

  33. 33

    European and American Foulbrood in Honey Bee Colonies: Part 1

  34. 34

    A Bee Tree: Removing Bees from a Tree

  35. 35

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 7.4: Fall management

  36. 36

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 7.3: Second season management

  37. 37

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 7.2: Overwintering and one story hives

  38. 38

    Tracheal mite dissection

  39. 39

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 7.1: Overwintering hives

  40. 40

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 6.4: Commercial honey processing

  41. 41

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 6.3: Packaging and selling honey

  42. 42

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 6.2: Extracting honey

  43. 43

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 6.1: Its Harvest Time

  44. 44

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 5.3: Varroa mites and queenlessness

  45. 45

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 4.3: Package production beekeeping associations

  46. 46

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 4.2: Queen Rearing

  47. 47

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 5.2: Chalkbrood, sacbrood, moths, tracheal mites

  48. 48

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 5.1: Diseases and pests

  49. 49

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 4.1: Requeening

  50. 50

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 3.4: Migrating our hives

  51. 51

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 3.3: Our growing hives

  52. 52

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 3.2: The brood nest

  53. 53

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 3.1: Things are buzzin

  54. 54

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 2.4: Releasing queens and stings

  55. 55

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 2.3: Releasing Queens

  56. 56

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 2.2: Recieving and Installing Package Bees

  57. 57

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 2.1: Bee Biology and Equipment

  58. 58

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 1.3: A Year in the Life of an Apiary

  59. 59

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 1.2: A Year in the Life of an Apiary

  60. 60

    Honey Bees and Beekeeping 1.1: A Year in the Life of an Apiary

  61. 61

    Honey Bee Dance Language

  62. 62

    Nosema Symptoms in Honey Bee Colonies

  63. 63

    Varroa Mite History, Distribution, and Biology

  64. 64

    Tracheal Mite Symptoms

  65. 65

    Small Hive Beetles in Honey Bee Colonies

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