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Dave Goulson
Professor of , specializing in . Author of: A Sting in the Tale; A Buzz in the Meadow; Bee Quest. Youtube:
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Dave Goulson Apr 28
Peat free Sylvagrow compost has won many awards & is endorsed by RHS
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Dave Goulson Apr 28
I'm afraid the reality is different - watch this space for new study soon.
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Pollinator Perfect Apr 28
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Dave Goulson Apr 27
That doesn't explain the regional patterns they found, which show steeper yield declines in regions with more neonics.
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Dave Goulson Apr 27
Replying to @jw4926
It certainly seems like a plausible relationship, but I expect NFU will dismiss the study as usual.
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Dave Goulson Apr 27
New study from Finland suggests actually decrease crop yields via decreased pollination.
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Dave Goulson Apr 27
Replying to @cox_tom @kjlandarch
To be awfully pedantic, there are three ;)
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Dave Goulson Apr 27
Of all the dumb things people do, needlessly digging/buying peat (& hence contributing to climate change) is right up there. Come on RHS!
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Robert Macfarlane Apr 27
"Bee bumbling around on the kitchen table...": 's astonishing time-lapse sketch-painting-vision of bee movement.
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Dave Goulson Apr 27
Sorry, no, I guess this is a Montana beast, sadly not an area I know!
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Dave Goulson Apr 26
Wld u eat something that "may" kill you? Wld u play Russian Roulette? It "may" kill you, or it may not. I'd apply precautionary principle.
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Dave Goulson Apr 26
Scrap tuition fees! Embarrassing & shameful that England & Wales are only place in EU where students face huge debts.
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Dave Goulson Apr 25
It depends, are we talking about an African or a European bee?
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Fiona Apr 25
I loved A Buzz in the Measow and am thrilled with today's purchase!
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LRB Bookshop Apr 24
a single bee can lift up to 100mg of nectar, which means that 300 bees equipped with harnesses & threads could carry a slim poetry volume
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Rossiter Books Apr 25
We know April has not quite gone yet, but looking forward to May: and
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Matt Shardlow Apr 25
In 2013/4 (before ban) the CSFB number in stems was higher in EA (red bar) than since 2008. Who knows what would have happened with neonics?
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Dave Goulson Apr 25
Is it coincidence that the csfb problems are worst in most intensive arable areas with biggest fields/ few hedges & few natural enemies?
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Dave Goulson Apr 25
Since there is clearly no EU-wide shortage of OSR, perhaps it is best no to grow so much in areas where v prone to csfb?
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