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Bees Distroyed after 15 years of Research Proving Monsanto’s Roundup Kills Bees

May 23, 2012
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“If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live.” Quote by Einstein (Read more:)

Bees Distroyed after 15 years of Research Proving Monsanto’s Roundup Kills Bees 

“Is Illinois becoming a police state, where citizens do not have rights?” Ingram asked in desperation. “Knowing that Monsanto and the Dept. of Ag are in bed together, one has to wonder if Monsanto was behind the theft to ruin my research that may prove Round-Up was, and is, killing honeybees. Beekeepers across the state are being threatened that the same thing may be done to their hives and livelihood. I was not treated properly, I don’t want to see this happen to anyone else in this state, and I want this type of illegal action to end.” (Source)

Bees Distroyed after 15 years of Research Proving Monsanto’s Roundup Kills Bees. For the past 15 years, Ingram said he has been conducting research on the effects of Round-Up on honeybees. He feels he had accumulated the necessary data to document the fact that Round-Up was not only the cause of his bees dying, but also possibly the cause of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).

“CCD is a calamity that is affecting honeybee colonies across the nation. In fact, I had one queen, which had survived three summers of spraying and three winters. I was planning to raise daughters from that queen to see if she may have had some genetic resistance to Round-Up. But she and her hive were taken during the theft. I don’t even know where the bees and my equipment are. They ruined 15 years of my research. (Source)

 

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2 Responses to Bees Distroyed after 15 years of Research Proving Monsanto’s Roundup Kills Bees

  1. moni on May 13, 2014 at 9:52 pm

    good subject, but very disconcerting/discrediting when a simple word like “destroyed” is misspelled. that is all.

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