The European Commission will ban the killing of bees!

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10 Responses

  1. Sergio says:

    Hi Jelena. I know very well how decline in bees population is affecting people, and of course the whole planet as well. Recently my best friend had to close his activity in Northern Italy after more than 20 years, because of bees being killed, and to be fair also due to cheaper honey of lower quality coming from Asia, which is becoming more and more popular (but this is another story). Whatever is killing the bees, a hope a solution will be found soon.

    • Jelena says:

      Hi Sergio,
      I’m sorry about your friend. I hope that the different legal regulations prevent the killing of bees, but also to begin to distinguish between the real raw organic honey and fake honey that is mainly found on the shelves in stores.

  2. Shirley says:

    This matter disturbs me to no end. There’s far too much at stake if we lose our bee population – no bees, no plants. No plants, no humans. It’s a scary situation and I’m afraid if politicians don’t do something to protect the bees there will be a major disaster.

    • Jelena says:

      I fully agree with you, Shirey! Unfortunately, we live in a time when money and interests have a greater impact than common sense. It is good that some cities and states are the entrance to a bee protection program.

  3. Scott says:

    Ive never heard of something so ridiculous in my life. Why ban bees! Its common sense that we protect them, without them we are screwed! I was really interested in this article!

    • Jelena says:

      Thanks, Scott, we need to forward this information to continue, to make people aware that we are on the threshold of really large agro-industrial crisis.

  4. Nicu Paun says:

    Hi Jelena, i find it tragic what happens with bees. I don’t know why anyone should kill bees. They don’t harm anybody and on top of that they are very good for our ecosystem.

    The benefits from them and the work they do just to maintain they’re hive it’s just too hard to explain and we really should treat them with respect. Thank you for doing this, you’ve got my consideration !

    • Jelena says:

      Thank you Nicu.
      Bees are dying because they use strong pesticides to kill insects that damage plants. Unfortunately, these same pesticides are deadly for bees. There is a discussion whether the plant survived if pesticides are abolished. On the other hand, if spraying continues on this scale, the question is whether the bees survive.

  5. Angela says:

    I am so glad I came across your posting on the issue of all of this pesticide and the killing of bees. This is an alarming issue that people do not have any idea of what happens with the issue of killing bees and the importance of the food chain. My city in the United States is working on setting up flower gardens where bees can populate.
    Thanks for the information, I will certainly bring this to the attention of our garden group.

    Angela

    • Jelena says:

      Thank you so much, Angela.

      Definitely need to transmit this information, because it does not concern only bee keepers, and applies not only to the production of honey. Bees are pollinating 75-80% of the food we eat, and this is a matter of survival and the production of the healthy food we eat.

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