Modified honey may be key to rebuilding decimated bee colonies

Honey may be the key to preventing colony-collapse syndrome that has decimated bee populations. U.S.-based researchers found that the chemical p-Coumaric acid in the honey-activated gene helped the bees fight off parasites and the effects of pesticides. Meanwhile, the European Commission is enacting a ban on neonicotinoid pesticides over concerns about bee populations.

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