Neonicotinoid exposure makes bees less social, causing them to neglect their young… experts say this could stunt the growth of bee colonies

(Natural News) A team of animal behavior biologists from Harvard University has tracked the exact way neonicotinoids, the world’s most commonly used insecticide, affect the behavior of bees. Their study, published in Science, highlights the dangers of using this class of neuro-active chemicals, especially as they appear to have insidious effects on vital pollinators. Using…

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