Beez' Blog


December 21, 2017

Colony Collapse Disorder is on the rise in the United States. Research shows causes to 

include the following...

Pesticides - are chemicals that are designed to kill insects. Some varieties, specifically 

neocolonialist, are proving harmful for bee populations. 

 Loss of Habitat -As rural areas become urban weeds and flowers are often stripped, leaving the bees 

very little food for survival. This loss of habitat inhibits the growth of the bee population


Climate Change -

Due to climate change, seasons have been shifting. Warmer winters have adversely affected bees. For example when bees come out of hibernation, the flowers they need for food have already bloomed and died.


Pathogens - carried by mites weaken bees, which makes them more susceptible to pesticide poisoning. Pesticides compound the problem of pathogens, making bees more susceptible to mites and pests..



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