In Tucson, Arizona, at the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center, led by research leader Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, scientists will study carbohydrate and protein supplements, Africanized bee stock improvements, and Varroa controls.
What does CHBRC stand for?
CHBRC stands for Carl Hayden Bee Research Center
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Wardell developed MegaBee(TM) in collaboration with the USDA Agricultural Research Service's Carl Hayden Bee Research Center in Tucson.
I don't think anybody has ever looked at this before," comments Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman of the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center in Tucson.
She is research leader at the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center in Tucson, Arizona, and ARS national coordinator for AHB research.
of the Carl Hayden Bee Research Center in Tucson, Ariz.
Buchmann, entomologist for the USDA-ARS Carl Hayden Bee Research Center, in developing a system to track honeybees.
Gloria DeGrandi-Hoffman, USDA-ARS Carl Hayden Bee Research Center, Tucson, Arizona; phone (520) 670-6481, e-mail gdhoff@aol.
About 8 percent of the world's flowers rely on buzz pollination, says Stephen Buchmann of the Department of Agriculture's Carl Hayden Bee Research Center in Tucson.