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Study links insecticides to bee reproduction problems – Financial Times

14:32 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Life Sciences Health

Financial TimesStudy links insecticides to bee reproduction problemsFinancial TimesWidely used insecticides may be damaging the ability of bees to establish new populations, according to a $3m field study funded by chemical companies Syngenta and Bayer. The largest field study yet examined the link between neonicotinoid insecticides, ...Controversial pesticides can decimate honey bees, large study findsScience MagazineLarge study links key pesticide to weakened honeybee hivesABC NewsField studies fuel dispute over whether banned pesticides harm beesDaily News & AnalysisInvisiverse -Radio Canada International -The Guardian -Washington Postall 26 news articles

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