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Neonics & bees co-exist peacefully in New Zealand

Parliamentary “Briefing on the Health of Bees” published recently

A new Parliamentary Committee report says there is no evidence that neonics, if used correctly, are affecting bee health in New Zealand.

Pesticides are critical to providing a safe, reliable food supply

Brian R. Leahy, Director of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation voices his opinion

“Thoughtful dialog around pesticide policy often becomes difficult, logic dies, and rhetoric and dogma can dominate the conversation”, says California regulator.

CropLife Australia launches new stewardship initiative

Guidance for handling treated seed

Australia has the healthiest honey bee colonies in the world - and the plant science industry makes sure it stays that way.

A ray of hope in the fight against American foulbrood

German scientists investigate the pathogen of one of the most dangerous bee diseases in the world.

German scientists investigate the pathogen of one of the most dangerous bee diseases in the world.

EurBee – the sixth congress is coming soon

Scientific event brings bee researchers together to discuss new findings on bee health

From 9th to 11th September, bee scientists from all over Europe, including a few from further afield, will discuss new scientific findings on bee health and bee biology during the congress in Murcia, Spain.

Another View on Neonicotinoids

Randy Oliver, professional beekeeper and independent bee researcher voices his opinion

Independent US bee researcher says: evidence is questionable that pesticide is harming honeybees

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