Save the bees

Tell your governor: Ban toxic seeds that kill birds and bees

Jason Blackeye |
Bees and grasses

Just one small seed has deadly consequences for birds and bees. Millions of seeds are treated with neonicotinoid pesticides, contaminating the entire plant as it grows. Plus, most of the pesticides on the seeds don’t stay there — 95% gets rubbed off or washed away, contaminating the surrounding environment. That turns a cornfield into a toxic minefield for a tiny bee or a hungry bird.

Tell your governor to ban toxic seeds that kill birds and bees.


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