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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.

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Crop Production (NP #305)
Quantifying and Reducing Colony Losses from Nutritional, Pathogen/Parasite, and Pesticide Stress by Improving Colony Management Practices
(In-House Appropriated)
The Honey Bee Microbiome in Health and Disease
(In-House Appropriated)
Developing Best Management Practices for Overwintering Honey Bee Colonies
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Developing Best Management Practices for Overwintering Honey Bee Colonies in Cold Storage: Determining Optimal Colony Size and Timing
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
The Role of Dietary Essential Fatty Acids in Honey Bee Hygienic Behavior
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
The Role of Viral Infection and Nutritional Stress on the Migration of Varroa Mites on Foraging Bees
(Interagency Reimbursable Agreement)
Apiary Sites for USDA-ARS Carl Hayden Bee Research Center (CHBRC), Research Honey Bee Colonies
(Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement)
Evaluation of the Dose-response of Honey Bees to Carboximide and Strobilurin Fungicides: From Cellular Mechanism to Integrated Mnagement
(Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement)
Simulating Sublethal Effects of Pesticides on Colony Survival by Modifying the VARROAPOP Colony Population Dynamics Model
(Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement)
Cold Storage as Varroa Control for Honey Bees in Southern California: Individual- and Colony-Level Effects
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)
Investigating the Effects of Commercially-Significant Insect Growth Regulators on Honey Bee Metabolism and Forager Performance
(Trust Fund Cooperative Agreement)