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Rural Gardening: Are bees being affected by genetically altered plants?

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Anza, CA
(Zone 8b)

July 14, 2008
3:23 AM

Post #5255297

I keep reading in the vegetable forums that there seems to be a lot of problem with unpollinated plants. I have heard that one of the possible reasons for the shortage of bees is all the genetic changes in the commercial crops. Has anyone else heard anything about this?
Melbourne, KY
(Zone 6a)

August 7, 2008
1:26 AM

Post #5379231

Never heard anything definite, but it's been said to be one possibility.

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