Bee colony collapse disorder follow-up
By Jeremy
If you care at all about colony collapse disorder, the way science is done, and the way results are reported, go to Ian Parnell’s What’s Your Ecotype and read his long and detailed report on the latest news concerning Israeli Acute …
Agricultural Biodiversity Weblog – http://agro.biodiver.se

Bees are dying … don’t spray the flowers!
By Gary Bogue
Dreaded Colony Collapse Disorder? Nope. According to a professional beekeeper I consulted, it was a simple case of one of our neighbors, somewhere within a half mile most likely, going too happy with a can of pesticide. …
Gary Bogue – http://www.ibabuzz.com/garybogue

MAAREC – Mid-Atlantic Apiculture Research and Extension Consortium
Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is the name that has been given to the latest, and what seems to be the most serious, die-off of honey bee colonies across …

The Weather’s Better, But ‘Bout the Bees?
Daily Green – USA
Last year at this time was when the second round of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) seemed to strike. Or maybe not. Lots of colonies perished last year right …
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A Stinging Alarm
Goat – Paonia,CO,USA
After being taken for granted for hundreds of years, bees suddenly became headline news last year with reports that Colony Collapse Disorder was wiping out …
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BEE FACTS
By Van(Van)
Scientists believe the bee killer is COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER. Colony is a name like neighborhood. Bees live in colonies. Collapse means to fall down and maybe even be totally destroyed. Disorder means something gone wrong. …
FROM THE POUND To The PALACE – http://fromthepoundtothepalace.blogspot.com/

The Weasel: The art of the label
Independent – London,England,UK
… b) the threat to bees from Colony Collapse Disorder currently sweeping America; c) how the carcass of a lion killed by Samson became a beehive that …
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Bee Wise
By Vanessa R(Vanessa R)
In fact more than half of Americans are unaware of the honey bee crisis and moreover the profound effect they have on the food supply. Honey bees are responsible for pollinating more than 100 different crops, and more than one-third of …
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