North Dakota Department of Agriculture is seeking grant proposals for research into finding practical solutions to honey bee health issues and for honey promotion and outreach projects. Approximately $110,000 is available. Five research priorities have been identified: colony collapse cause, management; Varroa mite control; understanding honey bee viruses and effects on honey bee health; correlating pathogen presence to management practices; other problem-solving ideas of interest to the beekeeping industry. Proposals for honey promotion and outreach projects must have a direct benefit to North Dakota honey producers.
Grant applications must be received by June 5, 2017.
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