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Not so sweet: 75 percent of honey samples had key pesticide
by Seth Borenstein, AP Science Writer
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5 October 2017
On 5 October 2017 The Associated Press reported:
When researchers collected honey samples from around the world, they found that three-quarters of them had a common type of pesticide suspected of playing a role in the decline of bees. ...That demonstrates how pervasive a problem the much-debated pesticide is for honeybees, said authors of a study published Thursday [5 October] in the journal Science. ... Results varied by region. In North America, 86 percent of samples had the pesticide; Asia, 80 percent; Europe, where there's a partial ban, 79 percent; Africa 73 percent; the Australian region, 71 percent; and South America, 57 percent. Overall, 75 percent of the samples had at least one neonic, 45 percent had two or more, and 10 percent had four or more.
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