Sharilyn Wood Stalling (USA) sent this information:
\"Please view my video - the result of months of both online research and talking with US state apiary inspectors, US state department of agriculture officials, entomologists, beekeepers worldwide and environmentalists worldwide.
The USA states that do not use much Imidacloprid (a neonicotinoid) for example, Illinois, showed less than 2% use of this on their corn crops, had no colony collapse disorder. New York and Florida use up to 45% imidacloprid on crops and trees have had massive losses.
Neonicotinoids are highly toxic to honey bees. The public has a right to know that these pesticides are highly toxic not only to bees but all insects except for spider mites. We have a mutual responsibility to save the pollinators while we can\".
Click here to see the video