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Collaborations

The Pollinator Health in Southern Crop Ecosystems Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL BUILDING, LORMAN, MS
  • Evaluation of Native Bees as Pollinators of Small Fruits on Small Farms
  • AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Auburn, AL
  • Strategies to Reduce Risk of Bees to Various Stressors in the Mid-South
  • FORT VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT VALLEY, GA
  • Sustainable Conservation of Pollinators
  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, Mississippi State, MS
  • Strategies to Reduce Risk of Bees to Various Stressors in the Mississippi Delta
  • Nectar Content and Quantity in Floral and Extrafloral Nectaries in Cotton
  • TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY SYSTEM, LUBBOCK, TX
  • Assessing Crop Ecophysiology for Sustainable Agricultural Production in the Southern High Plains
  • UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SYSTEM, LITTLE ROCK, AR
  • Determining the Impact of Non-target Applications of Herbicides on Bee Forage and Integrating Strategies to Minimize Negative Effects on Bee Health
  • UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, Athens, GA
  • Multi-Environment Quantification of Extra-floral Nectar Production in Modern and Obsolete Cotton Cultivars
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, Urbana
  • Development of a Mass-rearing Honey Bee System Under Controlled Conditions
  • UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, THE, Hattiesburg, MS
  • Functional Genomics of Varroa Destructor-Apis Mellifera Interactions
  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN
  • Using Information on Beekeeper Mgmt Practices & Landscape Characteristics to Understand Honeybee Health & Reduce Colony Losses in the Mid-South
  • UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, Arlington
  • Wireless Monitoring System for Online Insect Tracking Data Analysis