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Honey bee kill and the pesticide indemnity program in Georgia and other southern states



Honey bee kill and the pesticide indemnity program in Georgia and other southern states



Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society 14(3): 248-251



Several thousand colonies of Apis mellifera L. are unintentionally killed or significantly injured by pesticides each year in south-eastern USA. Since 1967, several hundred bee indemnity claims have been filed and paid to Georgia beekeepers by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture.

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