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- Szpyrka, Ewa, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 2018 v.75 no.1 pp. 45-58
- active ingredients; azoxystrobin; beehives; bees; boscalid; chlorpyrifos; crops; cypermethrin; difenoconazole; financial economics; flowers; fruits; honey; honey bee brood; honey bee colonies; iprodione; irrigation systems; leaves; maximum residue limits; plant protection; propyzamide; pyraclostrobin; pyrimethanil; raspberries; soil; statistical analysis; worker bees
- ... Plant protection products (PPPs) have been found increasingly in the environment. They pose a huge threat to bees, contributing to honeybee colony losses and consequently to enormous economic losses. Therefore, this field investigation was designed to determine whether their active ingredients (AIs) were transferred from raspberry plants to beehives located in the immediate neighbourhood of the cr ...
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