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  2. Clemson Newsstand

    Registration open for South Carolina 4-H honey bee project
    Clemson Newsstand
    Registration for the honey bee project, one component of the South Carolina 4-H pollinator program, is open until Feb. 2. This project engages youth, 5-18 years old, in the role of beekeeping, learning the basics of entomology and gaining an ...


  3. Phys.Org

    Agricultural fungicide attracts honey bees, study finds
    Phys.Org
    Greater chlorothalonil use also was linked to range contractions in four declining bumble bee species. Other research has shown that European honey bees have a very limited repertoire of detoxifying enzymes and that exposure to one potentially toxic ...
    Bee's Favoritism of Fungicide-Laced Foods Could Turn DeadlyAgWeb

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  4. Manitoba Co-operator

    Honey bees' attraction to fungicide "unsettling" for food output - study
    Reuters
    LONDON, Jan 9 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Honey bees are attracted to a fungicide used in agriculture with “unsettling implications” for global food production, a scientist said on Tuesday. Tests carried out by a team from the University of Illinois ...
    Honey Bees Are Attracted By FungicidesTechnology Networks
    Iowa beekeepers association hosting free seminar Jan. 20Fairfield Ledger

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  5. Doña Ana woman finds nearly 100000 'killer bees' in storage space
    Albuquerque Journal
    Livingston said these Africanized bees are becoming more common in the area, accounting for about 70 percent of the bees in the Southwest region as they thrive in the warm weather. “Mrs. Stone … did the right thing. She saved at least 70,000 bees ...

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  6. Honey bees' attraction to fungicide unsettling for food output: study
    Japan Today
    Tests carried out by a team from the University of Illinois showed bees preferred to collect sugar syrup laced with the fungicide chlorothalonil over sugar syrup alone. The finding follows other studies linking fungicides to a worldwide plunge in honey ...

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  7. STLtoday.com

    Honeybee scientific breakthrough
    STLtoday.com
    According to USDA lab tests, BeesVita Plus contains 38 times more powerful antioxidants than other bee feed products, enabling honeybees to tolerate and detoxify pesticides. Ph.D. Medical Entomologist Jeffrey Brown said, “Beesvita Plus can bolster the ...