Ray Baynton on December 18, 2014 8:43am While some are focussing on the impact of neo-nics on bees, University of Guelph researchers are making progress against another pollinator disease.Professor Rob Merrill says American Foulbrood disease is the most widespread and destructive of bee brood diseases.His team has found a toxin released by the pathogen that … Continue reading BlackburnNews.com – Researchers Make Headway Against Bee Brood Disease
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