Sunday, March 13, 2011

Alarm Sounds on Bee-Killing Pesticides








Belgium, Switzerland and Spain called for a ban on insecticides based on fipronil 
 intimidation.The director of the Belgian center for apiculture information, Etienne Bruneau, said,
 "At the current rate, in 10 years there will be no more bees in Belgium."










France has authorized use of inventories of chemicals
 suspected of killing off bee populations. 
There is great concern in other European countries
 about this insect essential for agriculture.
he Bayer product was used mostly for sunflower and corn
 fields and was applied directly to the seeds, such that it was 
absorbed throughout the entire plant, from the roots to the
 leaves and grains.
According to the National Union of French Agriculturalists,
 Gaucho killed off hundreds of thousands of bees, an insect that
 serves the vital environmental function of pollination. 
Their disappearance also pushed thousands of small honey
 producers out of business.
 Belgium, Switzerland and Spain called for a ban on insecticides
 based on fipronil or imidacloprid.
The director of the Belgian center for apiculture information,
 Etienne Bruneau, said, "At the current rate, in 10 years there
 will be no more bees in Belgium."

However, Gaucho is not sprayed on growing plants; it is coated on the seeds.
 As a systemic pesticide, it is absorbed from the 
seed coating by the germinating plants and remains in the growing plant tissues, 
providing pest protection throughout the entire


3 comments:

வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...

தேனீக்களைக் கொல்லத் திட்டமிடுகிறார்களோ? பாவம். படத்தில் மொய்மொய் என்று தேனீக்கள் - ஏதோ வட்டமேஜை மாநாடு நடக்கிறதோ? பயங்கரம்.

word verification is to be removed please.

இராஜராஜேஸ்வரி said...

@வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் said...
தேனீக்களைக் கொல்லத் திட்டமிடுகிறார்களோ? பாவம். படத்தில் மொய்மொய் என்று தேனீக்கள் - ஏதோ வட்டமேஜை மாநாடு நடக்கிறதோ? பயங்கரம்.
By வை.கோபாலகிருஷ்ணன் on Alarm Sounds on Bee-Killing Pesticides//
Thank you for commands.

viswam said...

அருமை.