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Pesticide Exposure Changes Bees’ Genes

“We examined the effects of two pesticides on one species of bumblebee. But hundreds of pesticides are authorised, and their effects are likely to substantially differ across the 200,000 pollinating insect species which also include other bees, wasps, flies, moths,…

 

Neonics Pesticide Replacement Found to be Equally Dangerous to Bees

Neonics Pesticide Replacement Found to be Equally Dangerous to Bees Read more: http://naturalsociety.com/neonics-pesticide-replacement-found-equally-dangerous-bees-5714/#ixzz5ZDRLodzx Follow us: @naturalsociety on Twitter | NaturalSociety on Facebook By Julie Fidler A chemical touted as a safer replacement for bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics) has similar harmful effects,…