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Happenings in the insect world
by Eddie York
on March 21, 2013 at 6:45 PM
One of the leading neonicotinoids available to home users and found in most stores in this county is "Bayer Advanced Tree and Shrub." I would discourage people from using it as a drench, not only does it travel to the pollen and nectar of the tree or shrub but it also is found in the pollen, nectar and exudations of the plants living underneath the tree or shrub. It also stays in the soil for awhile. A bee only needs 1ppm in order to poison it enough to make it not able to find its way back to the hive.
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