Safeguarding Pollinators from Neonicotinoids
Canadian Parks & Trees Protection took steps to help protect pollination agents from unlawfully registered pesticides, commonly referred to as neonicotinoids. These neonicotinoids or neonics are simply a class of systematic insecticides that are found in all tissues of treated plants. Scientific studies have shown the extensive harm that these insecticides cause on ecological beneficiaries.
In modern agriculture, neonics are used to prevent certain insects from destroying crops. However, further findings show that these pesticides can result in a honey-bee colony collapse disorder (CCD).
The disorder is found in bees and …