EPA approves use of bee-killing pesticide

Haven’t they suffered enough? Was the Colony Collapse Disorder not enough? Now there’s a new threat for bees: sulfoxaflor. The Environmental Protection Agency is approving this chemical pesticide for the first time for certain crops, according to the Guardian.Read Full Story

EPA approves use of bee-killing pesticide

Just days after another federal agency suspended its periodical study of honey bee populations, the EPA greenlighted the wider use of a pesticide that environmental activists warn could further ...

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EPA restores broad use of pesticide opposed by beekeepers

The Environmental Protection Agency will allow farmers to resume broad use of a pesticide over objections from beekeepers, citing private chemical industry studies that the agency says show ...

Fri 12 Jul 19 from Phys.org

Sulfoxaflor pesticide returns to the US market

The EPA allows new and former uses on many crops without restrictions

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The EPA wants to approve a pesticide that could hurt bees

Haven’t they suffered enough? Was the Colony Collapse Disorder not enough? Now there’s a new threat for bees: sulfoxaflor. The Environmental Protection Agency is approving ...

Fri 12 Jul 19 from Fastcompany Tech

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