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Keyword: Colony Collapse Disorder

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Bayer, Syngenta, Seeking Neonicotinoid Niches

14.07.2014 - Bayer CropScience is seeking approval from the EU's Chemicals Regulation Directorate (CRD) for use of its foliar neonicotinoid insecticide Biscaya in niche applications this autumn...

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Neonicotid exposure may affect nervous system, EFSA Says

23.01.2014 - In a not widely noticed scientific opinion delivered just before Christmas, EFSA said two neonicotinoid insecticides, acetamiprid and imidacloprid may affect the development of the...

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BASF Files Legal Challenge in EU’s Fipronil Restrictions

08.11.2013 - BASF has taken the European Commission (EC) to court over plans to include the German group's insecticide fipronil in a two-year moratorium on products suspected of playing a role...

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Bayer Focuses Bee-saving Efforts on Varroa Parasite

18.10.2013 - As the European Union prepares to restrict the use of neonicotinoid pesticides, suspected by some of at least contributing to the phenomenon of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)...

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Syngenta Contests EU Move to Restrict Thiamethoxam

29.08.2013 - Swiss agrochemicals giant Syngenta has filed a legal challenge to a decision by the EU Commission (EC) to restrict application of thiomethoxam, one of the active ingredients in...

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Pesticide Warning Labels for Bee Protection Introduced in U.S.

19.08.2013 - In reaction to criticism of what environmentalists see as a too timid approach to protecting honeybee populations from the phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder, the U.S...

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BASF Criticizes Inclusion of Fipronil in EU Bee Protection Restrictions

17.07.2013 - BASF has taken issue with the European Union's move to include the group's insecticide fipronil, used in treatment of maize and sunflower seed treatments, in its temporary...

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