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Bees 
Honeybees are dying nationwide due to a disease that is wiping out colonies. UTIA researchers are working to save the bee population in our state.


 

Recent Publications

Honey Bees and Beekeeping in Tennessee .  Skinner, J. A., M. E. Wilson, P. Moore, M. Studer, and P. Rhoades.  2016.  EPP Info#743.

eXtension Bee Health: Research Based Information About Bees and Beekeeping...At Your Fingertips.  Skinner, J. A.  2013.  Bee Culture.

eXtension Bee Health: Research Based Information About Bees and Beekeeping...At Your Fingertips.  Skinner, J. A., M. E. Wilson, P. Moore, and M. Rogers.  2013.  American Bee Journal, (1) 91-93.

Beekeeping in Tennessee.  Skinner, J. A., M. E. Wilson, P. Rhoades, J. P. Parkman, M. D. Studer, and H. Williams.  2013.  UT Publication PB 1745.

Honey Bees and Beekeeping in Tennessee.  Skinner, J. A., P. Rhoades, and M. D. Studer.  2013.  UT Publication, E&PP Info #743 (revised), 2 pages.

Colony, a Beekeeping Documentary out on DVD Wilson, M. E.  2011.  Bee Informed Blog.

Honey Bees and Beekeeping in Tennessee.  Skinner, J. A., and M. D. Studer.  2009.  revised University of Tennessee EPP Info #743 2 pages.

Honey Bees and Beekeeping in Tennessee.  Skinner, J. A., and M. D. Studer.  2007.  University of Tennessee. EPP Info #743. 2 pages.