Banning Neonicotinoid Pesticides Increases Pesticide Use

Some interesting insights out of New Zealand. The vice president of the country’s farming association, Colin Hurst, is quoted as saying if neonicotinoid pesticides are banned, it will result in even more sprayed pesticide use. According to NZFarmer, Hurst states that seeds in New Zealand are usually coated with neonicotinoids which prevented insects from eating… Read More Banning Neonicotinoid Pesticides Increases Pesticide Use

Glyphosate: A Hidden Villain?

This video gives the background about the man behind Glyphosate, why he is winning some of the highest honors in science despite environmentalist chemophobia about his invention, and why farmers use pesticides.

Study: Correct neonic use reveals no honeybee colony risk

If correctly used, a University of Guelph research team found no colony-level risk to honeybees from neonic pesticides after going through a number of published and unpublished manuscripts. Upon the request of Bayer and Syngenta, researchers at the University of Gelph, headed by toxicologist Keith Solomon and aide teacher Gladys Stephenson, examined 64 papers from… Read More Study: Correct neonic use reveals no honeybee colony risk

Environmentalists use cocaine epidemic to exterminate humans

It has long been posited on this website that the reason for environmentalist opposition to pesticides was due to their seeking to kill humans off by preventing the use of the herbicide in order to fend off insects from consuming crop yields. Now it seems environmentalists are contributing to the deaths of humans via another… Read More Environmentalists use cocaine epidemic to exterminate humans

Swiss bee expert: focus on vorra mites, not pesticides

A bee specialist out of Switzerland named Jean-Daniel Charrière was interviewed by Swissinfo in which Dr. Charrière states that while neonic pesticides should be concerned about neonic pesticides, but the biggest threat to bee populations and the focus of policies to help them should be on vorra mites. He is quoted as saying: For the… Read More Swiss bee expert: focus on vorra mites, not pesticides

Scientific fraud scandal breaks out at UN cancer research body

The United Nations’ International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) was founded in 1965 to examine human carcinogens and to guide health policy. However, in an essay written by biomedical scientist and author Dr. Alex Berezow, over time the agency has degenerated into a body that promotes hype rather than actual scientific investigation. For example,… Read More Scientific fraud scandal breaks out at UN cancer research body

Scientist attacked by anti-pesticide activists for breast milk study

During mid-August, professor Shelley McGuire at Washington State University and a team of researchers published a study recently that showed that breast milk did not contain glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup pesticides. Biology Fortified reveals upon learning of the manuscript’s publication, activists with the anti-pesticide group Moms Across America and Sustainable Pulse and US… Read More Scientist attacked by anti-pesticide activists for breast milk study

Study: Neonicotinoid pesticides have minimal impact on bees

During late June, the Los Angeles Times published a story citing a recent study conducted by UK scientists and published in Science magazine. The mainstream news media claimed that neonicotinoid pesticides have been found to do harm honey and wild bees. However, Competitive Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow Andrea Lagomasini reviewed the manuscript and found that… Read More Study: Neonicotinoid pesticides have minimal impact on bees