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Utilizing Buckwheat and Sudangrass Cover Crops as Feedstock in Aerated, Static Compost Piles

This pub examines the preliminary data on growing and using buckwheat and sudangrass as composting feedstock: learn more about this novel technique here.

The Asian Giant Hornet — What the Public and Beekeepers Need to Know

The invasive Asian giant hornet poses a significant threat to honey bees, public health, and the environment: beekeepers and the public can learn more here.

Management of Traveler Gun Irrigation Systems in the Pacific Northwest

Potential benefits from these irrigation systems include saving water and energy and increasing crop productivity and profitability: learn more in this pub.

Entomology I heart Bugs

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I.I. Breeder Queens

Instrumentally Inseminated (I.I.) Breeder Queen are intensive to produce. Please contact the WSU Bee Program for current availability and seasonal production.

WSU Program Queen Bees

WSU Program Queens WSU Program queen – naturally mated. Due to our climate, queen production takes place in June and July and WSU Program Queens will be available for shipment in July-August. Limited quantities are available – priority will be given to beekeeping associations in the PNW involved in local breeding efforts.