Bombs never solve anything :(.
Although the insecticide was banned decades ago, it still persists in the environment.
Each year, queens have to re-establish their colonies. Human activity, however, is making it very hard for them to do so.
A Harvard study shows insecticides with neonicotionoids are devastating honeybee colonies, triggering colony collapse disorder. Recently, we’ve written a lot about bees – because it’s a big deal. The National Agriculture Statistics Service reported that there were 2.44 million honey-producing hives in the United States as of February 2008, down from 4.5 million in 1980 – and it’s not much better in other