New way of spraying pesticides further minimizes exposure of pollinators

Lower application for higher protection

There is some potential for tension between farmers and beekeepers. One must keep pests in check, while the other fears for the health of their bees and for residue-free honey. But bee and crop protection can work in harmony – as a collaborative project in Germany shows.


New way of spraying pesticides further minimizes exposure of pollinators

AT A GLANCE

// Oilseed rape is s large-scale crop in Europe.

// The yellow blossoms are also an important food source for pollinators, such as honey bees.

// A new application technology for crop protection products can benefit the pollinators, as it reduces residues in pollen, nectar, and honey.





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