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Gardeners Beware: Bee-Toxic Pesticides Found in “Bee-Friendly” Plants Sold at Garden Centers Nationwide

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  • Susan Kegley
    Hi All, Check out this new report by Pesticide Research Institute and Friends of the Earth. We found bee-toxic pesticides in
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 14 10:07 PM
      Hi All,

      Check out this new report <http://www.foe.org/beeaction>by Pesticide
      Research Institute and Friends of the Earth. We found bee-toxic
      pesticides in about half of the plants we sampled from Home Depot,
      Lowe's and OSH in the Bay Area, Minneapolis area and the DC area. The
      FOE BeeAction page has a place where you can sign on to encourage these
      major retailers to get the pesticides out of their plants.

      And then you can see Terry Oxford on NBC TV
      (she was at our workshop with Les) doing a really fantastic job talking
      about how important it is to help the bees! You might recognize the
      location . . .



      Susan E. Kegley, Ph.D., Principal and CEO
      Pesticide Research Institute
      1400 Shattuck Ave, #8
      Berkeley, CA 94709

      Phone: (510) 705-1874
      Fax: (510) 705-1683
      E-mail: skegley@...
      Web: http://www.pesticideresearch.com

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