Pollination Crisis ‘A Myth’: Honeybees Are On The Rise, But Demand Grows Faster

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Thomas Mollet, un apiculteur qui gère près de 300 ruches, enfume des abeilles avant de récolter le miel, le 28 février 2004 à Duras. © AFP PHOTO MICHEL GANGNE

The notion that a decline in pollinators may threaten the human food supply – producing a situation that has been referred to as a “pollination crisis” – can be considered a myth, at least where honey bees are concerned, say researchers reporting online on May 7th in Current Biology

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