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Bee Health: The Role of Pesticides
Linda-Jo Schierow (au); Renee Johnson (au); M. Lynne Corn (au)
Bees, both commercially managed honey bees and wild bees, play an important role in global food production. In the U.S., the value of honey bees only as commercial pollinators in U.S. food production is estimated at about $15-$20 billion annually. Worldwide, the contribution of all insect pollinators äóī including commercial bees and wild bees äóī to the worldwide crop production used directly for human food is valued at ä‰å153 billion (or about $200 billion). Given their importance to food production, many have expressed concern about whether a äóģpollinator crisisäó¯ has been occurring in recent decades. Contents of this report: Background; Changes in Bee Populations; Identified Factors Affecting Bee Health; Possible Role of Pesticides; Neonicotinoid Registration Review at EPA. Figure and table. This is a print on demand report.
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