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  2. Press of Atlantic City

    Bills to protect bees from pesticides become law
    Press of Atlantic City
    Previously, only honeybee apiarists could register their hives or yards, and pesticide applicators were required to notify only them prior to applying pesticides. Assembly bill A-3400 would require the Department of Environmental Protection to ...


  3. EcoWatch

    Honey Bees Attracted to Glyphosate and a Common Fungicide
    EcoWatch
    They found that while the bees didn't care for syrup with extremely high concentrations of pesticides, at low levels, the bees flocked to those pesticides. Among the pesticides tested were the ever-controversial glyphosate, the most common pesticide in ...


  4. Daily Mail

    Honey bees could be KILLED OFF by a deadly 'one-two punch': Pesticides and dwindling food supplies are set to wipe...
    Daily Mail
    The honey bee could soon be killed off by a deadly 'one-two punch' unless humanity acts to save the species, new research reveals. The insects die off at a rapid rate when exposed to a potent combination of pesticides and dwindling food supplies. Honey ...
    Health Canada plans to limit use of 2 neonicotinoid pesticidesCTV News

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  5. The Guardian

    Quarter of British honey contaminated with bee-harming pesticides, research reveals
    The Guardian
    “While the frequency of neonicotinoid contaminated samples fell once the EU-ban was in place, our data suggest that these pesticides remain prevalent in the farming environment,” said Ben Woodcock, at the UK's Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH). He ...


  6. Manitoba Co-operator

    Honey bees' attraction to fungicide "unsettling" for food output - study
    Reuters
    By Emma BathaLONDON, Jan 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Honey bees areattracted to a fungicide used in agriculture with "unsettlingimplications" for global food production, a scientist said onTuesday.Tests carried out by a team from the University of ...
    Honey Bees Are Attracted By FungicidesTechnology Networks

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  7. Scientific American (blog)

    Bees Gone Wild
    Scientific American (blog)
    Its light brown and black stripes and veined, gossamer wings symbolize industrious cooperation (see the Utah state seal), sweet goodness (did you know honey can help hear burns?) and amazing insect superpowers (honeybees dance to tell their sisters ...