Honey Sales are Here!!

Hi All,

The first batch of “Bootheel Bees” honey is available for sale in the Entomology Department. Please put mo code DM361 in the memo section of your check. If paying by cash, you will receive a rec’t. All proceeds benefit the MO Pollinator Conservancy Program for research and education.

Shipping is available for a small charge.

8oz, $4
16 oz (2 bottles) $7

Lip balm in tube $2

Lip balm in small pot $2.50

Moneen M. Jones, Ph.D
Research Assistant Professor, Entomology University of Missouri. Fisher Delta Research Center
147 W. State Highway T, Portageville, MO 63873-0160
email: jonesmon@missouri.edu
Tel (573) 379-5431


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Dr. Moneen Jones, Director, Missouri Pollinator Conservancy Program

Currently, I manage the non-profit, Missouri Pollinator Conservancy Program. I am also the Director of the Midwest Master Beekeeper Program, which promotes quality and standardized beekeeping education in the states of Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, and Illinois. I was the Research Entomologist at the University of Missouri's Delta Research Center located in Portageville, MO. I received my doctorate from University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2010, where I studied the susceptibility of Oriental fruit moth to selected insecticides and mixtures. I briefly worked with integrated pest management of bed bugs at Rutgers University as a Research Assistant for the Urban Entomology Department. Most recent research focused on management programs for the Asian citrus psyllid, the vector of citrus greening disease – a serious threat to citrus production in Florida, and citrus leafminer - a pest that contributes to the spread of canker. My research emphasized the development of efficient monitoring methods to evaluate control, economic feasibility, and impact on secondary pests to assist in making rational control decisions. I also evaluated new chemical tools for psyllid suppression and compatibility with natural enemies. I assisted growers with planning and evaluation of field tests to develop site specific season-long psyllid control which provided an information bridge between growers and researchers to communicate this information effectively to the industry.