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Acute exposure to controversial insecticide sulfoxaflor doesn’t impact bee learning, study shows

Harry Siviter​​ | 
Systemic insecticides such as neonicotinoids and sulfoximines can be present in the nectar and pollen of treated crops, through which ...
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Weed scientist—Herbicide use increasing most rapidly in non-GE crops not paired with glyphosate

Andrew Kniss | 
[Editor's note: Dr. Andrew Kniss is a weed scientist at the University of Wyoming. He co-authors the Weed Control Freaks ...

Chronic exposure to neonicotinoid pesticide has no adverse effect on bumblebees

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. In recent years, many ...
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