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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Programs and Projects at this Location

ARS research is organized into National Programs. Within each National Program are research projects. Listed below are  the National Programs and research projects currently conducted at this location.

Clicking on a National Program (NP) will take you  to the main ARS site for more information on the program. Clicking on a research  project title will take you to more information on the project.


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Crop Production (NP #305)
Determining the Impacts of Pesticide- and Nutrition-Induced Stress on Honey Bee Colony Growth and Survival
(In-House Appropriated)
Understanding Honey Bee Microbiota to Improve Bee Nutrition and Colony Health
(In-House Appropriated)
The Role of Viral Infection and Nutritional Stress on the Migration of Varroa Mites on Foraging Bees
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Continuous Honey Bee Hive Monitoring for Pollination Management
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
Are Nutrient Acquisition from Seasonal Pollens and Its Influence on Gene Expression in Honey Bees Affected by Geographic Location?
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Colony survival, Population Size, Cost and Return on Investment of Two Overwintering Strategies for Varroa Control
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Developing the Use of Sensors to Model Bee Colony Dynamics and to Monitor Bee Health Productivity and Performance
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Simulating Sublethal Effects of Pesticides on Colony Survival by Modifying the VARROAPOP Colony Population Dynamics Model
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Migratory Research Focused on the Real World Stresses of Commercial Beekeeping
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
The Influence of Cover Crop Forage on Honey Bee Nutrition and Gut Microbes, and on Colony Growth and Activity
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Last Modified: 06/25/2017
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