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    Plant Fungicide Might Hurt Honeybeesi
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    August 13, 2013 2:07 PM
    A widely used chemical used to fight plant disease is hurting honeybees in an unexpected way, according to new research. As Megan McGrath reports for VOA, it may be contributing to the widespread loss of honeybees that pollinate many fruits, vegetables, nuts and other crops.

    Plant Fungicide Might Hurt Honeybees

    Published August 13, 2013

    A widely used chemical used to fight plant disease is hurting honeybees in an unexpected way, according to new research. As Megan McGrath reports for VOA, it may be contributing to the widespread loss of honeybees that pollinate many fruits, vegetables, nuts and other crops.


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