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As commercial beekeepers begin moving their colonies into the almonds in California, high colony losses are being revealed and the discussion as to the causes has livened. The corporate story is that the primary cause is the varroa mites, but … Continue reading
June Stoyer and I interviewed Richard Coy in 2017 about the problems he was having with dicamba. This was about the time the EPA was assuring the beekeepers and everyone else that “we expect there will be no adverse impacts … Continue reading
I did a “Beekeeping Today” podcast for Kim Flottum and Bee Culture last week and it just came out, The Problem with Neonicotinoids. It traces my involvement with the neonic issue from the beginning up to the present and it … Continue reading
Dave Goulson is one of the most articulate voices we have on the issues of environmental poisoning with pesticides. Take a few minutes and watch this video interview of Professor Goulson. As important as the bees are, the environmental damage … Continue reading
Although 3 years old, this is an excellent lecture on the neonicotinoids and their effects.