Honey Bees. Photo by Pixabay/cc.

It’s all in the food…

Two WSU researchers won $10,000 in a competition for their development of a food supplement that protects honey bees from toxic molecules in pesticides, insecticides and herbicides…The food supplement is made from pollen and given to bees in their food. Any toxic molecules a bee has obtained is collected by the food supplement and is disposed of in their waste, he added.

Click here to read the full article “Researchers look to save collapsing bee colonies” by Deena Migliazzo for The Daily Evergreen.

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