Néonicotinoïdes dans le fil ORGANICVIEW sur YOUTUBE. All over the world, bees and other pollinators are dying from systemic pesticides called neonicotinoids.
In this video, watch as a bee trembles as it struggles to hang on to a leaf. Then multiply this image by millions and think about what beekeepers are experiencing as they watch their bees die from pesticide exposure.©2014 The Organic View Radio Show. All rights reserved. Unless otherwise indicated, all materials on these pages are copyrighted by the The Organic View Radio Show. No part of these pages, either text or image may be used for any purpose other than personal use. TheOrganicView via YOUTUBE 22/12/16 Chicago To Ban Neonicotinoids & EPA’s Glyphosate Discussion. TheOrganicView via YOUTUBE 06/01/17 Will Neonicotinoids Be Banned in 2017? PHYSORG 09/01/17 Neonicotinoid pesticide affects foraging and social interaction in bumblebees.
In a plastic, lasercut box blacked out with paint and lit with red light, worker bumblebees (Bombus impatiens) go about their daily activities: interacting with fellow adults, extracting food from honey pots, feeding larvae, and occasionally venturing out to forage for nectar.
While this nest is far from normal, the bees that live here have adapted to their new space remarkably well. Still, all is not well within the nest, and not because of its strange form. Some bees have abandoned their daily patterns and are spending more time alone, on the periphery. Others are spending less time caring for the utterly dependent larvae that will become the next generation of bumblebees. Within the nest, the chaotic center of bumblebee life, social behavior and interactions are crucial for bee population health and the production of young. Outside the nest, this neonicotinoid also has significant effects on pollination and foraging behavior. More information: Callin M. HFFA RESEARCH GMBH - JANV 2017 - Banning neonicotinoids in the EU: An ex-post assessment of economic & environmental costs. Journal of Fertilizers & Pesticides 29/02/16 Life-Cycle Assessment of Neonicotinoid Pesticides.
EHP 06/07/16 Effects of Neonicotinoid Pesticide Exposure on Human Health: A Systematic Review. J Insect Physiol. 2016 Oct - Nov;93-94:56-63. Effects of a neonicotinoid pesticide on thermoregulation of African honey bees (Apis mellifera scutellata). A Department of Agricultural Sciences, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, viale Giuseppe Fanin 42, 40127 Bologna, Italyb Honey Bee and Silkworm Research Unit, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA-API), via di Saliceto 80, 40128 Bologna, Italyc Division of Biological Sciences, Section of Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution, University of California, San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive, MC0116, La Jolla, CA 92093-0116, United Statesd Department of Zoology and Entomology, University of Pretoria, Private Bag X20, Hatfield 0028, Pretoria, South Africa Received 15 July 2016, Revised 23 August 2016, Accepted 24 August 2016, Available online 25 August 2016 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access.
RURAL NEWS 20/05/13 Neonic future unclear in NZ. WHETHER CALLS for New Zealand regulators to copy the European Commission and ban three widely used insecticides in an attempt to protect bees will gain traction here is unclear.
Following last week’s EU announcement (see sidebar) Rural News asked the Environmental Protection Authority, which regulates use of such products here, if it was reviewing, or considering a review of neonicotinoid approvals. The EPA did not directly answer that and other questions within Rural News’ deadline, but in a written response (nobody was available for interview) defended the approvals process.
If evidence suggests a substance poses any risk to invertebrates such as bees, this automatically triggers controls to manage those risks, including preventing the substance being used on flowering plants, or in areas where bees may forage, it said. It also said New Zealand’s regulations are already as tight as the new European controls on neonicotinoid use. Proc. of the 2013 Wisconsin Crop Management Conference, Vol. 52 2013 ENVIRONMENTAL FATE OF SYSTEMIC NEONICOTINOIDS: A POTATO CASE STUDY.
PLOS 05/01/16 Biological Monitoring of Human Exposure to Neonicotinoids Using Urine Samples, and Neonicotinoid Excretion Kinetics. Abstract Background Neonicotinoids, which are novel pesticides, have entered into usage around the world because they are selectively toxic to arthropods and relatively non-toxic to vertebrates.
It has been suggested that several neonicotinoids cause neurodevelopmental toxicity in mammals. The aim was to establish the relationship between oral intake and urinary excretion of neonicotinoids by humans to facilitate biological monitoring, and to estimate dietary neonicotinoid intakes by Japanese adults. Environ Sci Pollut Res Int. 2015; 22: 5–34. Systemic insecticides (neonicotinoids and fipronil): trends, uses, mode of action and metabolites. Pesticide Biochemistry and Physiology Volume 121, June 2015, The global status of insect resistance to neonicotinoid insecticides. Volume 121, June 2015, Pages 78–87 Insecticide and Acaricide Modes of Action and their Role in Resistance and its Management Edited By Robert Hollingworth, R Nauen and J.M Clark Review a Department of Biological Chemistry, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden AL5 2JQ, UKb Department of Human and Environmental Sciences, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield AL10 9AB, UKc R&D, Pest Control Biology, Bayer CropScience, Monheim 40789, Germany Received 2 February 2015, Accepted 9 April 2015, Available online 28 April 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.pestbp.2015.04.004.
PLOS 17/12/14 Unexpected Effects of Low Doses of a Neonicotinoid Insecticide on Behavioral Responses to Sex Pheromone in a Pest Insect. Abstract In moths, which include many agricultural pest species, males are attracted by female-emitted sex pheromones.
Although integrated pest management strategies are increasingly developed, most insect pest treatments rely on widespread use of neurotoxic chemicals, including neonicotinoid insecticides. Residual accumulation of low concentrations of these insecticides in the environment is known to be harmful to beneficial insects such as honey bees. This environmental stress probably acts as an “info-disruptor” by modifying the chemical communication system, and therefore decreases chances of reproduction in target insects that largely rely on olfactory communication. However, low doses of pollutants could on the contrary induce adaptive processes in the olfactory pathway, thus enhancing reproduction. Humboldt Forum for Food and Agriculture - JANV 2013 - The value of Neonicotinoid seed treatment in the European Union. EUROPEAN ACADEMIES SCIENCES ADVISORY COUNCIL (EASAC) - AVRIL 2015 - Ecosystem services, agriculture and neonicotinoids.
CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY - JUNE 2015 - HIDDEN COSTS OF TOXIC SEED COATINGS Insecticide Use on the Rise. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 2015; 3 (2): 01-06 Reproductive effects of a neonicotinoid insecticide (Imidacloprid) in the German Cockroaches Blattella germanica L. (Dictyoptera, Blattellidae)
Références universitaires. Références Pest Manag Sci. UMassAmherst 05/06/14 Grub Control in Lawns: Neonicotinoids and Bees. A disturbing trend observed the last several years is the rapid and dramatic decline of honeybee populations.
While most enjoy honey and are familiar with beekeeping as a hobby, it may be less well known that healthy honeybees along with various native bee species are an essential part of agricultural production. Bees are responsible for the pollination of a wide range of agricultural crops each growing season; crops valued in the billions of dollars that are critical to the stability of our food system. Public and private interests are currently scrambling to identify the mechanics of this pressing issue, commonly referred to as honeybee decline or colony collapse disorder (CCD). It is important to note that commercial honeybee colonies are affected along with wild, native pollinator populations. Concerning the role of pesticides, neonicotionoid insecticides such as imidacloprid, clothianidin and thiamethoxam have been implicated as a potential contributing factor to honeybee decline.
ONTARIO BEE - 2014 - Bees under stress: sublethal doses of a neonicotinoid pesticide and pathogens interact to elevate honey bee mortality across the life cycle. PLOS 01/08/14 Impact of Chronic Neonicotinoid Exposure on Honeybee Colony Performance and Queen Supersedure. Background Honeybees provide economically and ecologically vital pollination services to crops and wild plants.
During the last decade elevated colony losses have been documented in Europe and North America. Despite growing consensus on the involvement of multiple causal factors, the underlying interactions impacting on honeybee health and colony failure are not fully resolved. Parasites and pathogens are among the main candidates, but sublethal exposure to widespread agricultural pesticides may also affect bees. PLOS 26/03/14 Widespread Use and Frequent Detection of Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada's Prairie Pothole Region. Corrections 24 Jun 2014: The PLOS ONE Staff(2014)Correction: Widespread Use and Frequent Detection of Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada's Prairie Pothole Region.PLoS ONE 9(6):e101400. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0101400 | View correction Neonicotinoids currently dominate the insecticide market as seed treatments on Canada's major Prairie crops (e.g., canola).
The potential impact to ecologically significant wetlands in this dominantly agro-environment has largely been overlooked while the distribution of use, incidence and level of contamination remains unreported. Journal of Pesticide Science (Impact Factor: 0.69). 01/2013; 38(1):44-47. Comparison of acute toxicity of two neonicotinoid insecticides, imidacloprid and clothianidin, to five cladoceran species.
JOURNAL OF INSECT SCIENCE 06/03/14 Evaluation of three neonicotinoid insecticides against the common pistachio psylla, Agonoscena pistaciae, and its natural enemies. Journal of Anatolian Natural Sciences - 2013 - Behavioral Changes Induced by Neonicotinoid insecticide Acetamiprid in freshwater shrimp (Caridina nilotica) HORTIDAILY 30/10/13 Impact of neonicotinoid restriction on authorisations for UK horticultural crops. On Monday 29th April 2013, the European Commission’s Appeal Committee met to discuss the proposals to restrict authorisations of neonicotinoid insecticide products containing clothianidin, imidacloprid and thiamethoxam.
The proposals had previously resulted in ‘no opinion’ among Member States when they were put to a vote in the Standing Committee on the Food Chain and Animal Health (Pesticides Legislation Section) on 15th March. The Appeal Committee did not reach an ‘opinion’ (which would have required a qualified majority in favour or against), which means that the European Commission will now proceed to adopt the original proposals. HORTI DAILY 10/02/14 Syngenta seeks new uses for neonicotinoid pesticide. If approved, Syngenta’s bid to use thiamethoxam as a foliar application on crops such as alfalfa, corn and wheat would significantly boost the allowable residue tolerances of the pesticide Syngenta hopes to boost allowable residues of the neonicotinoid pesticide, thiamethoxam, in various crops, including alfalfa, buckwheat, corn, wheat and vegetable legumes, a recent announcement of the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says. Syngenta Crop Protection LLC of Greensboro, South Carolina, is among several current petitioners to the EPA seeking new tolerances for residues, amendments or exemptions to existing rules for 20 separate, pesticide products. FOOD OF FUTURE 05/06/14 Neonicotinoids: Role Of Pesticides In Bee Decline. An international panel of scientists is calling for an evidence-driven debate over whether a widely used type of insecticide is to blame for declines in bees and other insect pollinators. The Oxford Martin School published on May 21st the second in its "restatement" series. Restatements take an area of current policy concern and controversy and attempt to set out the science evidence base in as policy neutral way as possible. They also provide a commentary on the nature of the evidence base. The restatement, from a group of nine scientists led by Professor Charles Godfray and Professor Angela McLean from the Oxford Martin School, attempts to clarify the scientific evidence available on neonicotinoids to enable different stakeholders to develop coherent policy and practice recommendations.
The study is published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society. FARMERS GUARDIAN 25/09/14 Defra approves two neonicotinoid sprays for autumn use. DEFRA has approved two neonicotinoid pesticides for autumn use in a move that may bring some relief to farmers struggling to establish oilseed rape crops this autumn. The two pesticides - Bayer’s Biscaya and InSyst, made by Certis Europe - had been awaiting approval since July. The products are both neonicotinoid crop sprays not affected by the current EU suspension of certain neonicotinoid seed treatments in flowering plants and were licensed only for spring use Following Defra’s approval, Biscaya can now be used all-year-round .
InSyst (acetamiprid) has been granted 120-day emergency approval for the control of cabbage stem flea beetle in oilseed rape. The approval will expire on January 23. Confirming the two products have now been approved for use this autumn, a Defra spokesman said: “It is important that farmers have access to safe pesticides that do not damage the environment. “Biscaya and InSyst have been in use for some time and are now being approved for use throughout the year”. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (Impact Factor: 2.62). 04/2014 Risks of neonicotinoid insecticides to honeybees.
Environ Sci Pollut Res 17/06/14 Conclusions of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment on the risks of neonicotinoids and fipronil to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. ECOWATCH 14/07/14 How the EPA’s Inaction on Bee-Killing Neonicotinoids Cripples Our Economy. As pesky as you might find bees, they play a vital role in our food supply and the agricultural jobs that go along with it. They’re dying rapidly, leaving many of our essential crops without a key pollinator. In its latest episode, the investigative team at Earth Focus reveal that the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency allowed neonicotinoids—nerve toxins used on most of the country’s crops—on the market without adequate tests to determine their impact on bees. “Bees really are the underpinning of an entire agricultural system,” said Paul Towers, organizing and media director for the Pesticide Action Network. “When you pull out that underpinning, or that pin, you begin to see the collapse of an entire agricultural system.” The episode exposes the conundrum created by the government’s inaction; billions in neonicotinoid sales for the chemical industry; and the death of bees, which strains the U.S. economy. EARTH FOCUS airs every Thursday at 9 p.m. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2013, 5:1–13 Neonicotinoids, bee disorders and the sustainability of pollinator services. Chemosphere xxx (2013) xxx–xxx Determination of toxicity of neonicotinoids on the genome level using chemogenomics in yeast.
CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY - MARS 2014 - HEAVY COSTS Weighing the Value of Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Agriculture. Bulletin of Insectology 67 (1): 125-130, 2014 Sub-lethal exposure to neonicotinoids impaired honey bees winterization before proceeding to colony collapse disorder. PLOS 12/11/13 Qualitative Profiling and Quantification of Neonicotinoid Metabolites in Human Urine by Liquid Chromatography Coup. Corrections. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY - 2013 - An overview of the environmental risks posed by neonicotinoid insecticides.
Crop Protection 54 (2013) 84e91 Considerations for the use of neonicotinoid pesticides in management of Bactericera cockerelli ( Journal of Anatolian Natural Sciences - 2013 - Behavioral Changes Induced by Neonicotinoid insecticide Acetamiprid in freshwater. THE GREENS - EUROPEAN FREE ALLIANCE 12/03/13 Syngenta, Lies & Pesticides - The 10 Syngenta Lies on bees and neonicotinoids. HFFA - 2013 - The value of neonicotinoid seed treatment in the European Union - A socio-economic, technological and environmenta.
Ecotoxicology. 2012 Oct;21(7):1937-45. Epub 2012 May 22. Effects of imidacloprid, a neonicotinoid pesticide, on reproduction in. Food Chemistry Volume 134, Issue 3, 1 October 2012, Multi-residue method for determination of seven neonicotinoid insecticides i. Abstract. FARMERS GUARDIAN 15/01/13 Banning neonicotinoids could cost EU economy €4.5bn - report. A BAN on neonicotinoid seed treatments could reduce yields of some key crops by 20 per cent and cost the EU economy up to €4.5 billion a year, a major report has concluded. A decision to remove the pesticide products, which have been linked to a decline in honey bee populations, could also dramatically results in more than a million job losses and push up the price of food, the report published on Tuesday suggests.
WILDLIFETRUSTS - OCT 2012 - The Wildlife Trusts Position Statement - Neonicotinoid insecticides. American-Eurasian J. Agric. & Environ. Sci., 12 (4): 535-540, 2012 Bio-Efficacy of Three New Neonicotinoid Insectieides as Seed. WILDLIFE EXTRA - OCT 2012 - Fifth report links neonicotinoid pesticides to bee decline. Bees forage widely and are likely to encounter more than one pesticide. THE CO-OPERATIVE GROUP 11/09/12 Supermarket calls for UK review of neonicotinoid pesticides. Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol. 2012 Oct 18. Acute Poisoning with Neonicotinoid Insecticides: A Case Report and Literature Review.
Journal of Toxicology Volume 2012, Evaluation of Genotoxic and Cytotoxic Effects in Human Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes Exposed I. J Chromatogr A. 2011 Jul 15;1218(28):4426-33. Epub 2011 May 14. Determination of neonicotinoid pesticides residues in agricultur. JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY - 2011 - Field efficacy of some neonicotinoid insecticides on Whitefly Bemicia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodi. MORAYDINOSAURS - 2011 - The truth about the neonicotinoid insecticides. Bulletin of Insectology 64 (1): 107-113, 2011 Toxicity of neonicotinoid insecticides to honey bees: laboratory tests. NZ BEEKEEPERS 02/11/11 Italian courts charge company over neonicotinoid bee deaths. YOUTUBE 26/10/11 Nicotine-Mimics: Mode of Action.
J. Agric. Food Chem., 25/10/11 LC-MS/MS Analysis of Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Honey: Methodology and Residue Findings in Aus. AGROW 27/10/11 Italy extends neonicotinoid seed treatment ban.