Latest Pesticide toxicity to bees Stories
Nature Conservancy scientist's work suggests that this Earth Day, keeping the picnic basket full may depend on wild bees. Arlington, VA (PRWEB) April 16,
Across the US beekeepers and researchers have been reporting that a powerful new class of pesticides may be killing off bumblebees. A new study pinpoints another potential cause: toxic metal pollution in flowers.
European Union nations have failed to agree on proposals that would have banned three pesticides reportedly linked to the decline of the global bee population.
There’s more bad news for bees. Biologists from the University of London say that exposure to pesticides are having a broader, previously unforeseen effect on bumblebee populations.
French beekeepers are seeing red after learning that M&M’s waste could be making their honeybees produce honey in shades of blues and greens.