A draft Honey Bee Health Strategy in Scotland

14th November 2008

We believe that the proposed initiatives do not adequately take account of the broader issue of native pollinators, which may have far‐reaching consequences for the pollination of Scotland’s crops. Notable among a wide diversity of pollinating insect species are the bumblebees. There are also many species of solitary bee. The current draft strategy considers only the honey bee, and not the full complement of pollination services.

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