Researchers Develop System for Assessing How Effective Species Are at Pollinating Crops


    Researchers Develop System for Assessing How Effective Species Are at Pollinating Crops by Staff Writers Raleigh NC (SPX) Dec 12, 2013   From tomatoes to pumpkins, most fruit and vegetable crops rely on pollination by bees and other insect species – and the future of many of those species is uncertain. Now researchers […]

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Bees Are Actually Just Stressed?


Saturday, November 2, 2013 Bees Are Actually Just Stressed? Heather Callaghan Activist Post Some lines: You’re probably aware of this. But scientific studies can hold a lot of double-speak. For what reason would a researcher announce a breakthrough that both points to neonicotinoid pesticides as the big cause for colony collapse disorder but at the […]

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Diesel fumes confuse honeybees when foraging


Diesel fumes confuse honeybees when foraging Nick Collins The Telegraph,UK Thu, 03 Oct 2013 14:19 CDT seen here:  http://www.sott.net/article/267087-Diesel-fumes-confuse-honeybees-when-foraging Exhaust fumes from diesel could be changing the scent of flowers and making it harder for honeybees to collect pollen and nectar, according to a new study. © Tracey Newman, Guy Poppy and Robbie Girling A […]

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In “More Than Honey” a new film exploring the global crisis facing honeybees, a hillarious document!


Queen bee’s wedding flight – video About JW Player 6.6.3867 (Ads edition) Video: In More Than Honey, a new film exploring the global crisis facing honeybees, director Markus Imhoof used mini-helicopters and high-speed cameras to capture an extraordinary video of the inflight mating of a virgin queen bee. It took 10 days to get 36 […]

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“The bees are dying and we´re to blame.” TIME´s Bryan Walsh explains colony collapse disorder, and why bees are on the verge of extinction.


The bees are dying and we’re to blame. TIME’s Bryan Walsh explains colony  collapse disorder, and why bees are on the verge of extinction. Read more: http://www.time.com/time/video/player/0,32068,2591408791001_0,00.html?iid=tabvidrecirc#ixzz2cs5CP4oN http://www.time.com/time/video/player/0,32068,2591408791001_0,00.html Related articles Colony Collapse Disorder: Are Fungicides to Blame for Poor Honeybee Health? (hngn.com) Disappearing Bees (candornews.com) Monsanto buys leading bee research firm after being implicated in […]

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CAUTION: NO TRESPASSING: HONEYBEES: PLEASE, DO NOT DISTURB THE HONEYBEES: THEY ARE HARD AT WORK…


Dear Friends, Thank you for signing the petition supporting “The Save America’s Pollinators Act.” Your outpouring of support was amazing with over 310,000 of you lending your name to help me take this vital message to my colleagues in Congress. The legislation currently has 17 co-sponsors, a good first step! However, despite your passion and the […]

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Neonicotinoids are the new DDT


Bee CC BY-ND 2.0 Flickr Neonicotinoids are the new DDT http://www.treehugger.com/sustainable-agriculture/neonicotinoids-are-new-ddt.html PLEASE; NOTE: I FOUND MORE ARTICLES ABOUT BEES HERE: The Newsletter: Bees are worth billions conta.cc/19Nc9yX myemail.constantcontact.com Jaymi Heimbuch Science / Sustainable Agriculture August 6, 2013 Bee CC BY-ND 2.0 Flickr “It’s the new DDT: a class of poisons licensed for widespread use before […]

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Bees Attack Texas Couple


Thousands Of Bees Attack Texas Couple, Kill Horses 07/27/13 01:32 PM ET EDT AP I am sure they will search for the reason why bees attacked this couple! and killend horses there! P presume they were a certain species of bees, we never had to mix with our species of bees here!   . PANTEGO, Texas — […]

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