Bees face yet another lethal threat in dicamba, a drift-prone weedkiller

While soybean farmers watched the drift-prone weedkiller dicamba ravage millions of acres of crops over the last two years, Arkansas beekeeper Richard Coy noticed a parallel disaster unfolding among the weeds near those fields. When Coy spotted the withering weeds, he realized why hives that produced 100 pounds of honey three summers ago now were… » Read More

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