Honey Bees Are Attracted By Fungicides

News   Jan 09, 2018 | Original Story by Diana Yates for the University of Illinois.

 
Honey Bees Are Attracted By Fungicides

Fungicides are among the top contaminants of honey bee hives and can interfere with the bees’ ability to metabolize other pesticides. Credit: by L. Brian Stauffer.

 
 
 

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