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It’s widely accepted that neonicotinoid pesticides  bees.

But here’s a part of the story you may have missed: Monsanto, Bayer and Syngenta coat their GMO corn seeds with neonics, then charge farmers extra for them—even though  that neonic-coated seeds provide no real benefit to farmers. 

Why do farmers pay extra for seeds that have no extra benefit? Because the biotech companies that have a monopoly on GMO seeds offer only neonic-coated seeds.

That’s not good for farmers. Or bees.

It’s also  for humans, when neonics end up in our water and food.

After Obama’s U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)  that neonics kill bees the agency began work on a  that could be used to restrict the use of neonics. 

But just before passing the baton to Trump, the EPA walked back an  for mandatory rules on how neonics can be used while honeybees are pollinating crops.

A decade into the colony collapse crisis, politicians on both sides know better than to pretend there’s nothing wrong with neonics. But will they do anything about it?

So far, Trump’s EPA has taken every opportunity to side with industry, including chemical and biotech companies, willfully ignoring the consequences for human health and the environment.

All the more reason to keep up the pressure.


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