Is the Study “A worldwide survey of neonicotinoids in honey” Accurate?

October 31, 2017

From: NZFarmer

Study uncovers puzzling case of insecticides in New Zealand honey



However, the findings are at odds with testing carried out on behalf of the Ministry for Primary Industries between 2014-16, which showed no traces of neonicotinoids in honey for sale.


“MPI monitors pesticides, including neonics, and their published (2013-14) tests showed no detection of neonics in the honey tested.  I understand that MPI has undertaken more recent monitoring since then (2015-16 yet to be published) and again there was no detection of neonics,” Kos said.

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