Honey bees are affected by several biotic and abiotic environmental stressors, which have an impact on their health and productivity. Amongst the stressors, climate change and the environmental pollution are topics of concern for the beekeeping sector. Research on innovative feed supplements is focused on the search of novel growth promoters, based on natural resources compatible with organic farming. This might represent a new frontier of the honey bee feeding, capable of increasing honey bee tolerance to stressors, counteracting pathogens and stimulating the immune system.
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