Acción mundial de la FAO sobre servicios de polinización para una agricultura sostenible

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Good beekeeping practices: Practical manual on how to identify and control the main diseases of the honeybee (Apis mellifera)
Author: FAO
This is a practical tool to help beekeepers, veterinarians and beekeeping advisory services to properly identify main honeybee diseases and to take the most appropriate actions in the apiary to control and/or prevent disease outbreaks. This publication follows the TECA publication Main bee diseases: good beekeeping practices (2018) which provided a more general overview of good beekeeping practices for bee diseases.
Towards sustainable crop pollination services
Author: FAO
As the discipline of pollination ecology moves from describing the extent of a pollinator crisis, to identifying what can be done about it, there is a need to share and highlight very practical measures that will support sustainable crop biotic pollination services. Identifying these practices will require a mix of farmer and natural historian knowledge and scientific research. In this publication, we will outline the practices that have been so far identified, and what experiences may contribute to sharing the effectiveness of these measures under different circumstances.
Pollinators Challenge Badge
Author: FAO
This is a summary version, prepared for World Bee Day, to introduce the Pollinators challenge badge. The pollinators challenge badge is designed to help educate children and young people about the importance of pollinators for people and planet, and how to help safeguard them against extinction. The pollinators challenge badge specifically supports goals 1 (No Poverty), 2 (Zero Hunger),and 15 (Life on Land).
The Pollination of Cultivated Plants: A compendium for practitioners (Volume 1)
Author: FAO
More than twenty years ago, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations contributed to the growing recognition of the role of pollination in agricultural production, with the publication of "The Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics". Since that time, the appreciation of pollinators has grown, alongside the realization that we stand to lose them. But our knowledge and understanding of crop pollination, pollinator biology, and best management practices has also expanded over this time. This volume is the first of two "compendiums for practitioners", sharing expert knowledge on all dimensions of crop pollination in both temperate and tropical zones. The focus in this first volume is on applied crop and system-specific pollination.
The Pollination of Cultivated Plants: A compendium for practitioners (Volume 2)
Author: FAO
More than twenty years ago, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations contributed to the growing recognition of the role of pollination in agricultural production, with the publication of "The Pollination of Cultivated Plants in the Tropics". Since that time, the appreciation of pollinators has grown, alongside the realization that we stand to lose them. But our knowledge and understanding of crop pollination, pollinator biology, and best management practices has also expanded over this time. This volume is the second of two "compendiums for practitioners", sharing expert knowledge on all dimensions of crop pollination in both temperate and tropical zones. The focus in this second volume is on management, study and research tools and techniques.
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