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Crops  >  Pesticide Safety  >  SP 0455

Protecting Bees from Pesticides

Laura Jesse , Mark Shour , Donald Lewis

Know what to look for when checking pesticide labels for insecticides that can harm pollinators, especially bees. Find out about the insecticides that are most toxic to honey bees, bumble bees, and native solitary bees. Also find 10 ways that individuals can help protect bees. Includes several online sources of information.

Pages / Length: 2
Publication Date: 12/2013
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