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French beekeeper tackling Asian hornet invasion with home-made trap
by Manuel Ausloos

Reuters    Translate This Article
29 August 2021

On 29 August 2021 Reuters reported: Faced with the loss of 35 hives to the invasive Asian hornet, French beekeeper Denis Jaffre knew he had to act quickly to save his bees. Asian hornets have no natural predators and can eat through an entire hive in a few hours. They have decimated bee colonies across Europe. So in 2016 the Brittany beekeeper came up with a device with a one-way mechanism to catch the hornets. ... Demand is so high, he has had stop taking orders to catch up. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

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