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Fear the Fruit Fly Psyllid Discoveries May Prompt Pesticide Spraying Thursday, April 4, 2013 Article Tools The California Department of Food and Agriculture could soon be dispatching squads of pesticide applicators to private residences located near
ments Despite techie distractions, kids still dig ant farms It says something that, in an age of social media and video gaming networks, kids still go wild for ant farms the classic toy that provides a cross section view of the tunnels and chamber
A pair of studies recently published in the journal Science raises fresh and dire warnings about the continued decline of crop-pollinating insects all over the world, and what this means for the future of the world's food supply. Both studies
A honeybee alights on a coffee flower in a research laboratory that studied the effects of caffeinated nectar on bees' memories...Some plants have a trick to ensure they end up at the top of the list: caffeinated nectar.
The European Commission had called for a two-year EU-wide moratorium, but a number of nations opposed the plans...The commission is expected to redraft its proposals ahead of another vote. Member states were unable to reach a qualified majority in
Most flowers use a combination of two or more of these tactics. Fragrances are designed by the flowers that use them to appeal to the discriminating taste of specific pollinators...A few are even quite objectionable to people because they are
Think coffee's just the drug of choice for humans looking to stay alert? Scientists have some eye-opening news for you: Bees get a buzz when they drink nectar laced with caffeine, and it supercharges their long-term memory. In laboratory experiments,
Geraldine Wright A bee at a citrus flower, among the plants that attract pollinators with caffeine-laced nectar...But birefringence the property of splitting a light ray into two pieces that travel at different speeds and are polarized at right
Now it turns out bees love the stuff too... and it's actually good for them...In high enough quantities, caffeine is toxic to some insects, paralyzing and even killing pests that would feed on the plant. As a result, many plants secrete caffeine in