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Scientific evidence suggesting that neonicotinoid insecticides are damaging to bee populations is clear as mud, says the NFU. The union made the claim in response to a new study linking neonicotinoid seed treated oilseed rape to declining bee numbers in England. There was still no “game-changing” body of evidence to settle the debate, said Chris Hartfield, the NFU’s acting chief horticulture adviser. See also: New study links bee decline to neonicotinoids “With a flurry of new evidence on neonicotinoids restrictions […]
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