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Bee learning ability slowed by pesticides, study finds

Bees exposed to pesticides might have a harder time learning how to pollinate flowers than those who are not exposed to the substances, a new study suggests. 556 more words

Biodiversity

Activity of insecticides and miticides in grape, 2016

This table provides information on the relative activity, REI, PHI and number of applications labeled and recommended for insecticides and miticides registered on grape. Shaded cells indicate uses that are on the label.   23 more words

Grapes

Insects management

Orchards host living communites of insects. Some are beneficial, other detrimental and many others may or may not have have any effect. April and May are key times when you can affect insect populations by applying insecticices. 356 more words

Sustainable Agriculture

Integrated pest management for brown marmorated stink bug in vegetables

Are you looking for information on brown marmorated stink bug in field vegetable crops? A factsheet that provides a synopsis of what North American researchers have learned so far and management recommendations using an integrated approach is now available on the… 135 more words

Buzzing activity around pollinator health

By Anu Veijalainen, CABI. Reblogged from CABI Hand-picked blog.

Yesterday I cherished the start of spring in England by attending an event devoted to pollinators and pollination at the University of Reading. 968 more words

Agriculture

Depressed? Landmark 20-Year Study Finds Pesticides Linked to Depression In Farmers

By Dan Nosowitz on November 7, 2014

A landmark study indicates that seven pesticides, some widely used, may be causing clinical depression in farmers. Will the government step in and start regulating these chemical tools? 780 more words