Posts Tagged: bees
Are you ready for National Pollinator Week, June 18-June 24? A spectacular pollinator garden...
The University of California, Davis, is the place to "bee" on Saturday, April 7. There's a plant...
I recently came across a library of all kinds of images of pests, diseases and crops. It has lots of entries, such as “Bees of the United States”:
And images of citrus pests and diseases and even different cultivars of citrus, under “Citrus ID”:
'Xie Shan" citrus cultivar
And even a few avocado images:
But there's a heck of a lot more.
Clicking on the different links and their volumes of images will take some time because of the shear number. The images have been collected as a public data base for not only academics, but also for the general public. At present, it's not too easy to search, but it's worth a look.
Here's a list of the different categories that can be perused:
If you're a graduate student engaged in pollinator research, you may want to enter the Graduate...
Youths who want to learn beekeeping might want to consider joining the 4-H program. Take, for...