We need the bees need to be protected.
Save the bees, mother!!!!! ;-)
I have tried, during the last few years, to grow more 'bee-friendly' flowering plants, and saw some bees during this last disastrous summer, despite the rain.
Well done you Sylvia - our bees seem to be thriving despite the poor summer. But almost all the honey has had to be left for them to eat for this coming winter. They deserve it though. Fascinating creatures and so clever.
Enough with the poisons already!
nobees no life
Poisons that kill insects will kill us. Anyone who has learned about Integrated Pest Management knows this or should. We're in a new century, we should know better.
we need the honey BEE'S SAVE THEM!!!
Due to an obvious drop in the honey bee population, my apple tree failed to produce this year, and my vegetable garden out-put was disappointing. I can only imagine what has happened to the farmer's crops in New Jersey this year. This needs a solution ASAP.
I am not up on the latest science regarding what troubles our bees, but I agree they need to be protected.
We have to protect bees if we are to have a food supply. We are dependent on them to pollinate everything that our food comes from. Stop the use of pesticides.
thnks sivadasji. it is high time that bees musATt be saved.in otRESSED AT INTL LEVELrds, we need to save our selves. this problem must be ADDRESSED AT INTL LEVEL TO SAVE THE BEES.
As world populations continue to grow, what are we going to do about food if there are no honeybees to pollenate crops?
We need to keep alive bees if we want food in our tables!