Organic Farming Not Always Best Option For Bees, Study Shows

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Flower strips next to a conventional wheat field near Sebexen in the district of Northeim, Germany. (Costanza Geppert/Newsflash)

Organic farming is not necessarily the best option to protect wild bees, German researchers have found. Agroecologists of Goettingen University in the German State of Lower Saxony say that their…

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Fly Trapped In Amber While Carrying Floral Gift For Partner Was A Real Love Bug

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A nuptial gift-giving Alavesia lanceolata preserved in Cretaceous amber. (Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences/AsiaWire)

A sex-mad fly trapped in amber 100 million years ago while on his way to tempt a mate with a floral gift has been hailed as the world's earliest recorded…

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Hightech Seaweed Farm Removes Pollutants From Estuaries Before They Reach Oceans And Destroy Ecosystems

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The cultivation reactor that was used as the base of the model.

Researchers have developed the technology for underwater seaweed farms that can be grown in estuaries and effectively filter out pollutants that runoff from agricultural land before they reach the sea…

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