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  1. News flash 1/2013. For the first time, Europe’s food safety agency this week officially labeled the world’s most popular insecticide, imidacloprid, as so dangerous as to be unacceptable for use on crops pollinated by bees.

    Wow they have been leading us on a wild goose chase for years; maybe it’s rf radiation from cell phones, varroa mites, fungi. Viruses. Bayer and Syngenta along with Monsanto can’t hide it any longer. Ccd might actually be Neonicotinoid collapse disorder.

  2. These agribusiness cannot be trusted no problem funding a study to figure out how much money they’re going to lose but the field study’s they conducted for the effects neonicotinoids have on bees were a joke. Plant a couple of acres of canola plants treated with neonicotinoids place a couple of hives in the area and 90 days later tell us the bees are fine, While 98% of the honeybees were probably working the clover nearby. That is UN acceptable.

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