Since 2006, U.S. beekeepers have experienced unsustainable colony die-offs, averaging over 30% each year
Yet we seem to be sustaining them so far. It’s the beekeeping methods that are unsustainable.
That’s good news that they finally documented a bee die off from this. There have been a lot of suspected die offs from the dust drift from planting corn, but this is the first documented case I’ve seen AND they got some compensation for once.
I think small wins like this will become more the norm - unfortunately the chemical suppliers throw lots of money at these cases to make them go away
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