bees

Pesticide Action Network's blog
By Pesticide Action Network,

All too often, the rules of pesticide regulation are cumbersome and make for slow change. But EPA had an opportunity to take swift, decisive action to protect bees — and they let it pass. 

Today, the agency announced it is denying the request by beekeepers to declare Bayer's pesticide, clothianidin, an "imminent hazard" to bees and will not be suspending the chemical's use.  

Sara Knight

 

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Sara Knight

Contact:
Paul Towers, Pesticide Action Network, 916-216-1082

June 28, 2012

Sara Knight

Contact:
Paul Towers, Pesticide Action Network, (916) 216-1082

June 18, 2012

 

Heather Pilatic's blog
By Heather Pilatic,

In the last few weeks beekeepers have reported staggering losses in Minnesota, Nebraska and Ohio after their hives foraged on pesticide-treated corn fields. Indiana too, two years ago. What's going on in the Corn Belt?