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Bees in trouble after bad winter - March 24th 2010, 03:27 PM


The mysterious 4-year-old crisis of disappearing honeybees is deepening. A quick federal survey indicates a heavy bee die-off this winter, while a new study shows honeybees' pollen and hives laden with pesticides.
Two federal agencies along with regulators in California and Canada are scrambling to figure out what is behind this relatively recent threat, ordering new research on pesticides used in fields and orchards.
Federal courts are even weighing in this month, ruling that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency overlooked a requirement when allowing a pesticide on the market.

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Re: Bees in trouble after bad winter - March 24th 2010, 03:32 PM

no not the bees!, now where will i get my honey?

The same is happening over here in the uk
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Re: Bees in trouble after bad winter - March 24th 2010, 05:07 PM

Bees are really important for the enviroment... and you know, plant fertilisation? This isn't just an issue about honey or a dying bug.
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Re: Bees in trouble after bad winter - March 25th 2010, 10:42 PM

Really? I keep seeing a crapload of giant fuzzy bees! One landed right on my head the other day. Also i saw some during the winter months too. I do hope they don't die off. It's wasps that i really hate though, ;p

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Re: Bees in trouble after bad winter - March 25th 2010, 10:52 PM

I hate hornets. Those fuckers will sting you for no reason, and they don't even die for stinging you. From my experience, a bee will only sting me if I provoke it...and when it stings me, it dies...so it's pretty much a win-lose situation. I don't mind bees, I'm sure they have more significance to the world than cock roaches do...and they aren't ugly or intimidating SO...them bees need to start having sex more often. If I gotta pay for bee viagra spray, so be it.
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