When the honeybee population is high, it creates an enormous demand for food.
The number of bees is increasing, so the number of food crops that require a lot of honey is also increasing.
This, in turn, makes it hard for bees to get the honey they need.
So in order to make sure that honeybees are not killed or extirpated, farmers have to carefully manage the situation.
There are two main ways to deal with the problem.
One way is to cull the honeybees.
This involves killing them off, usually by spraying with pesticides, or by putting them in the ground.
In addition, some people have developed an even more deadly and environmentally harmful technique, called neonicotinoid pesticides.
While there are not any clear scientific studies showing that neonic-toxic pesticides are harmful, they have been shown to kill honeybees, which have become the most-targeted insect in the United States.
And the problem of neonic pesticides is not only being caused by humans; it is also being caused in the wild.
As honeybees have become more important in the environment, the species is facing a threat from invasive species.
This is where the bees come in.
Bees have been the main pollinators of crops for millennia, and their populations are declining at an alarming rate.
According to the US Department of Agriculture, in 2012, the population of bees in the US was estimated at around 2.8 million.
In some areas, this number has declined by 80 percent.
In California, where there is a large honeybee colony, the number is estimated to be between 6.3 and 7.6 million.
It is estimated that bees are killing up to 200,000 acres of crops annually.
So far, only a small portion of these losses have been detected in honeybees themselves.
However, a new study by researchers from the University of Wisconsin has found that bees in a laboratory in Sweden have been killing crops for more than half a century.
The researchers found that the honey bees were destroying crops by altering the composition of pollen, as well as by changing the gene content of plants.
The research shows that the bees have been manipulating the pollen of plants for thousands of years, which has led to a massive decline in bees, which in turn has led the bee population to decline.
This has led some farmers to try to make their crops more resistant to the pesticides by treating the crops with synthetic chemicals.
In this way, farmers can control the pests, while avoiding the losses that would occur if the pests are killed.
It has been a controversial method of control.
It’s not a very popular method, and beekeepers in particular have been opposed to this technique.
In the United Kingdom, the Ministry of Agriculture has taken a more moderate approach to the issue.
In a study published last year, the British government estimated that in 2015, the honey-bee population was estimated to have dropped to around 700,000, and that the rate of population decline was decreasing.
The honeybees were able to survive on the soil and on some plants in the field, but the problem is that the insects were getting increasingly resistant to pesticides, and it’s difficult to get rid of them.
This means that farmers are losing control of the situation and the bees are dying off.
One of the biggest obstacles for beekeepers is the problem with neonic insecticides.
As they can be applied on a wide range of crops, they are widely used, and farmers can’t be sure that they are not inadvertently killing bees.
It also means that bees need to be kept alive in the hive for long periods of time.
But this is not easy to manage.
The problems that are being faced by beekeepers are becoming more apparent as more and more bee populations are being affected by neonic bugs.
In recent years, researchers have discovered that bees have developed a resistance to several neonic chemicals.
These chemicals have been found in pollen of some crops.
For example, some crops have bee-resistant traits, such as resistant to fungicides and insecticides, and some crops can be resistant to a certain kind of insecticide called neonics.
These bees can be the main source of honey bees.
In other words, it is likely that the bee populations of some countries will be declining, and many farmers are looking for a way to keep bees alive for as long as possible.
The use of neonics is becoming more widespread in Europe, and is now being applied to a number of crops.
However that doesn’t mean that the use of the chemicals will stop, since the bees still need to produce honey.
The problem of beekeeping and neonic pesticide use is becoming increasingly urgent.
In 2013, there were over 9,000 confirmed neonic pests, but this number was declining in the last year.
As the use and spread of neics become more common, farmers are getting increasingly nervous about their livelihoods and the safety of their crops. There is