Honey Bee Breeding, Genetics, and Physiology Research
has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.
Current collaborators and projects:
LSU AGCENTER, BATON ROUGE, LA
Assessing the Transfer and Economic Value of the Mite-Resistance Trait Varroa-Sensitive Hygiene (Vsh)
NATL CTR FOR AGR RESEARCH & EXTENSION (NCARE), BAQA'A 19381,
Development of Apis Mellifera Syriaca Genetic Stock with Increased Resistance to Parasitic Bee Mites
THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, NEW SOUTH WALES,
Preparing for Varroa: How Susceptible Are Australian Honey Bee Stocks?
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HONOLULU, HI
Assessing and Mitigating Problems Caused by Varroa Mites and Small Hive Beetles on Honey Bees in Hawaii