Increasing forage vital for honey bee health

August 14, 2015

From: Southeast Farm Press | Blog

Protecting honey bees is a lot like ensuring clean air and clean water. Everybody supports the cause, but the disagreement arises when it comes time to decide how to solve the problem.


More than 100 research studies show that there is no danger to honeybees when neonicotinoids are used as directed. In fact, in a July 17, 2012 memo, the Environmental Protection Agency said it “is not aware of any data that honey bee declines or the incidence of colony collapse disorder in the U.S. is correlated with the use of pesticides in general or with the use of neonicotinoids in particular.”

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