Crops under threat as parasites kill off a third of Britain’s bees

Honeybees are being killed off in huge numbers by parasites, threatening the crucial pollination of crops. A record one in three of the 240,000 hives in Britain did not survive the spring and the main culprit is the varroa mite.

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