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As Currently Organized since 1892, but Serving and Representing Utah's Beekeepers Since the Early 1860's



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Bee Diseases, Pests, and Other Problems

African Hive Beetle in Saguaro Park Africanized Honeybee
Africanized Honey Bee Facts Africanized Honey Bees
Africanized Honey Bees Africanized Honey Bees Around Live Stock & Pets
Africanized Honey Bees - Children's Guide Africanized Honey Bees: FAQ's
Africanized Honey Bee Spread - USDA Map Africanized Honey Bees: Prevention and Control
Africanized Honey Bees: Prevention and Control Africanized Honey Bees: Some Questions and Answers
American Foulbrood in New Zealand American Foulbrood in the UK
Apiary and Hive Hygiene Apiary and Hive Hygiene
Apiary Hygiene Apiary Hygiene and Quarantine
Assessing a Dead-out Colony Assessing a Dead-out Colony
Avoid These Pesticides Basic Microscopy for Bee-Wellness Beekeepers
Bee Deaths Explored Bee Diseases
Bee Health Bee Health
Bee Health Bee Disease Videos
Bee Loss and Remedies Bee Medications
Bee Wellness Workshops Breeding Varroa Resistant Bees
BYU Phage Hunters CCD Long Report
CCD PPT Report CCD Summary
Colony Collapse Colony Collapse Disorder
Colony Collapse Disorder Colony Collapse Disorder - Questions and Answers
Diagnosis of Honey Bee Diseases Disease Recognition
Disease Recognition Diseases, Pests, and Parasites
Diseases and Pests of Honey Bees Diseases of the Honey Bee
Disinfection DMOZ: Beekeeping Pests and Diseases
Drone Brood Removal for the Management of Varroa Destructor Essential Oil Control of Varroa
Fat Bee, Skinny Bee  
Foulbrood and Antibiotics Fumigating Comb
Fumigating with Acetic Acid to Decontaminate Brood Chambers Healthy Bee Guide
Hive Cleaning and Sterilization Honey Bee Deaths Explored
Honey Bee Die-Off Caused By Multiple Factors Honeybee Diseases and Pests
Honey Bee Diseases, Pests and Medications Honey Bee Health Coalition
Honey Bee Nutrition How to Autopsy a Honey Bee Colony
How to Minimize Pesticide Damage to Honey Bees Hygiene in the Apiary
If Your Bees Swarm Integrated Hive Management for Colorado Beekeepers
Integrated Pest Management for Varroa Destructor Keeping Bees That Keep Themselves
Keeping Healthy Bees Life Cycle of Honey Bee and Varroa Mite
Life Cycle of the Varroa Mite Managing Varroa
Managing Varroa in the UK Measuring your Varroa Mite Load
MiteCheck Mite Control in Honeybees With Essential Oils
Natural Suppression of Honey Bee Tracheal Mites Ol' Buffalo Beekeeping Supply Store
Parasitic Mites of Honey Bees Parasitic Mites of Honeybees
Pesticides and Honey Bees Pests in the Hive
Phage Hunters Powdered Sugar Dusting in Bee Colonies as Varroa Control
Powdered Sugar Roll For Varroa Mites on Honey Bees Proper Application of Miticides
Protecting Honey Bees From Pesticides Protecting Honey Bees From Pesticides
Protecting Honey Bees From Pesticides Protecting Bees When Using Insecticides
Protecting Pollinators While Using Pesticides Protect Your Bees from Varroa Mites by Honey Bee Health Coalition
Practical Varroa Resistance Selection for Beekeepers Reducing Bee Poisoning
Reduction of Honeybee Poisoning - USU Sampling for Varroa Mite
Sampling Methods for Varroa Mites Second-Hand Equipment
Selection for Resistance to Varroa Destructor Shaking for American Foulbrood
Small-Cell Combs for Control of Varroa Mites Small Hive Beetle
Stings Stress and Honey Bees
Sugar Dusting for Varroa Mite Control Sustainable Approach of Controlling Honey Bee Diseases and Varroa Mites
Swarming in Bees Swarm Prevention
Swarm Prevention The Bee MD
Tools for Varroa Management Guide Utah Veterinarians Who Help Beekeepers With Antibiotic Treatments
Varroa Calculator Varroa Calculator
Varroa Management Varroa Mites
Varroa Mites Wax Moth Control
 
Researchers in BYU's department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology are researching American Foulbrood (AFB) and specific bacteriophages which can eliminate the bacteria responsible for AFB (Paenibacillus larvae). They constantly need more samples from hives known to be infected with AFB so they can continue to isolate and identify phages which are effective in treating AFB in hives. They accept samples by mail or in person, depending on what is easier for beekeepers. They will even cover the costs of shipping samples and will provide shipping labels if needed. Contact the lab for instructions on submitting samples.