The European Union’s food safety regulator has added a BASF insecticide to the list of crop chemicals it suspects of playing a role in declining be
May 29, 2013 — Honey bees don't start out knowing how to find flowers or even how to get around outside the hive.
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Two Alberta honey producers have been handed hefty fines for using unregistered pest control products in their beehives.
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host, June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Tom Theobald talk to commercial beekeeper, Ste
Re: Editorial: Ontario bees need swift action to save them from killer insecticides
The humble honey bee and its cousins play a
The European Union’s decision to ban a class of insecticides that potentially threaten bees is welcome news, says the president of the Ontario Beek
An American entomologist is questioning the effectiveness of planting seed coated with neonicotinoids.
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Last spring, beekeeper Dan Davidson of Watford, Ontario, went out to check on his honeybee hives, which house 1500 colonies.
Ontario beekeepers are crossing their fingers as they worry spring planting might bring a repeat of widespread bee deaths they blame on a group of
Dan Davidson’s bees are dying, and by the thousands.
Canadians beekeepers, farmers and regulators are wrestling with how to protect bees from popular pesticides that were partially banned in Europe th
The mysterious collapse of bee colonies around the world has turned into a real crisis.
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Ontario beekeepers call for the suspension of neonicotinoid pesticides
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