Pollinator health the focus of new chair, scholarship at U of G

June 15, 2016

From: Guelph Mercury

The farming history of an Ontario family and the memory of businessman Donald Pinchin is being honoured with a $1-million gift to the University of Guelph to help protect pollinators.


Guzman is known for his research on honeybee diseases, especially his 2010 study that determined varroa mites are the main culprit behind mysterious die-offs of honeybee colonies in Ontario. About 35 per cent of the province’s bee colonies were destroyed from 2007 to 2010.

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