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Why Bees are Disappearing

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Why bees are disappearing is a complex subject, but at the top of the list according to a recent federal study confirms that the honeybees’ pollen and their hives are laden with pesticides. Another factor is that a bad winter has worsened the already worrisome bee die-off with a large die-off this last winter. This …

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Why Bees and Bees’ Pollination Are Important to the Ecosystem and Humans

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Why bees and bees’ pollination are important to the ecosystem and humans, and as we all know, ecosystems are a very complex series of interconnected life forms, both plant and animal that depend upon each other. Ecosystems exist in a state of harmony and balance and when one component of that ecosystem is out of …

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Neonicotinoid Pesticides Bee Populations Colony Collapse Disorder Linked in Two New Studies

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Neonicotinoid pesticides and bee populations crash are linked, however CropLife America, a front group for Monsanto, Dow, and other pesticide makers would have you believe otherwise. 2 recent studies have tied the crashing populations of Bees to the pesticide. The pesticides in question are called Neonicotinoids, since they are derived from nicotine (used as a …

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The Art Of Beekeeping And Why It Is So Important

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Keeping bees holds intrigue and interest for many, but the practice of beekeeping is more than just a pastime: it is becoming vital. Honeybee numbers have dwindled over the last five decades. Their decline has been variously attributed to disease, exposure to pesticides, climate change, and a mono-crop approach to agriculture. Regardless of the causes, …

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