Jeffrey Harris

Jeffrey Harris

Associate Extension/Research Professor

Bees and Apiculture

Phone:  (662)325-2976


  • Whalen, A., A. L. Catchot Jr., J. Gore, S. D. Stewart, G. M. Lorenz, D. R. Cook, F. R. Musser, J. W. Harris, N. Krishnan. 2021. Temporal Profile of Neonicotinoid Concentrations in Cotton, Corn, and Soybean Resulting from Insecticidal Seed Treatments. Agronomy 11(6):1200. Download
  • Harris, J. W., H. Fulton. 2019. Maximizing honey production and heating honey. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 3382. Download
  • Siebert, M. W., R. K. Krell, J. Gore, J. W. Harris. 2018. The science policy field tour concept: A new platform for communicating science for public policy. Journal of Integrated Pest Management 9(1).  Download
  • Harris, J. W., A. Catchot, J. Gore, A. Whittington, J. Ferguson, J. Campbell, A. Sheridan 2015. Protecting Pollination by Honey Bees in Mississippi. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 2829. Download
  • Harris, J., W., A. Sheridan, J. A. MacGown. 2015. Managing varroa mites in honey bee colonies. Mississippi State University Extension Service Publication 2826. Download
  • Rinderer, T. E., R. G. Danka, A. L. Bourgeois, A. M. Frake, J. D. Villa, L. I. de Guzman, J. W. Harris. 2014. Functionality of Varroa-resistant honey bees (Hymenoptera: Apidae) when used for western U. S. honey production and almond pollination. Journal of Economic Entomology 107(2):523-530. Download
  • Tsuruda, J.M., J.W. Harris, L. Bourgeois, R.G. Danka, and G.J. Hunt. 2012. High-resolution linkage analyses to identify genes that influence Varroa Sensitive Hygiene behavior in honey bees. PLoS ONE 7(11):e48276. Download