Please login to use OIC Tools like Favorites, Comments and more!
Honeybees Are Dying Off - May 30, 2012
You must be logged in to view this video. You can join here.
|Scientists may have found one reason why honeybee colonies are|
|mary luczki ASL sign language deaf video honey bee dying colony collapse stress disease chemical environment food |
|wow, I THINK THAT IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO US FOR WARNING AND PROTECT HONEYBEE, THANKS - added 06/29/2012 - by Greentea|
|Thank you so much for sharing this. I have been having to pollinate my own plants in the garden this year. Maybe we should all boycott Bayer until they stop producing these deadly pesticides. - added 06/08/2012 - by beehive|
|Just for a joke.. I think honeybee worker is on strike against Bayer company for make money not honeybee worker. Just for joke LOL - added 06/05/2012 - by TexDeafy|
|If these chemicals effect bees even at such tiny doses, I wonder what the possible impact of high fructose corn syrup is on humans? Thought-provoking video. - added 06/05/2012 - by pholiage|
|There are other pollinators--moths, bumblebees, wasps, etc. But the European bees (they aren't native to the US) are much more efficient and make honey, too! Figs will be OK--they are pollinated by wasps. Thanks for bringing attention to a very important issue. When we keep spewing chemicals into the environment, we can't imagine all the consequences. - added 06/03/2012 - by rbane|
- added 06/01/2012 - by tacdonaldson|
|Bees are not the only one that are dying... There are more other good bugs to keep the bad bugs out but good bugs are now dying faster than bad bugs. Because of the spraying to bugs are also killing good bugs.. Soon more and more bad bugs will eat up the crop..... - added 05/31/2012 - by swansonlee|