New plant labeling law protects pollinators
A new plant labeling law is now in effect in Minnesota to protect pollinators, such as honeybees, from exposure to toxic levels of insecticides.
The new law became effective Tuesday, July 1 and requires that plants advertised as “beneficial to pollinators” must be free of detectable levels of certain systemic insecticides.
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