Research published now proves what awake people with functional eyesight have known for decades:
Profit-making pesticides kill wildlife indiscriminately.
A chemical that is thought to be safe and is, therefore, widely used on
crops -- such as almonds, wine grapes and tree fruits -- to boost the
performance of pesticides, makes honey bee larvae significantly more
susceptible to a deadly virus, according to researchers at Penn State
and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
bees, pesticides, biodiversity, ecology, agriculture