European Scientists Discover Bee Resurgence After Banning 3 Pesticides Still Used in The US

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  1. Rodney7777

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    The solution to a sustainable food supply has been determined by several international studies from agricultural experts not attached to specific Big Ag or biotech industries; the largest was assigned to international experts by the United Nations. Their proposed solution to world hunger is small organic agroecological farms that supply food within their regions.

    European scientists have discovered that bee populations are experiencing a resurgence after three neonicotinoid insecticides, clothianidin, imidacloprid and thiamethoxam were banned by the European Commission in 2013. Unfortunately, all three are still used heavily in the USA.

    Rodney7777 says: All of the above was lifted from an article found at https://www.healthy-holistic-living...-3-pesticides-still-used-in-the-us.html?t=MAM
     
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    Nice find Rodney, thanks for posting this. Now if we can just get the word out in the US and ban that neonicotinoid stuff!
     

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