By Heather Callaghan, Editor
How do you make a problem disappear? Simple. Pretend it doesn’t exist.
Simply remove the culprit from the equation.
That’s what the French government is doing even though pesticides have created problem after problem for French farmers, wine makers and beekeepers.
French beekeepers are fuming that pesticides will no longer be sought in cases of acute, mass bee deaths.
BioAddict.fr reports (translated):
Beekeepers criticized the French government for the deficiencies in its monitoring of acute and massive bee mortalities. Seizure of the case, the French Agency for Health Security (ANSES) confirmed the criticism. But instead of improving its investigations, the government intends to no longer systematically look for pesticide residues in these cases. One way to make them invisible?
ANSES is the group criticizing the government for its nonsensical blinders to obvious pesticide holocausts on hives.
Beekeepers had the unpleasant impression that successive governments sought to incriminate their practices andThis post was originally published on this site