Farmers return to traditional pest control methods to save bees

NO NEONICOTINOIDS in good old traditional napalm.

“I am sure they are being overly cautious in banning these so-called ‘bee-harming’ pesticides,” said Much Craplock farmer, Silage Marner.

“European agriculture will suffer as a result of this decision.”

“In time, decision makers will see the clear impact of removing a vital tool for farmers.”

Local environmentalist. Iris Cadwalladr said: “Banning these toxic pesticides is a beacon of hope for bees.”

“I hope Mr Marner stands too close to his drone as it delivers its payload of napalm.”

“That will remove a non-vital tool from the food chain.”

 

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