The pesticides used to kill the bees that are one of the main causes of the destruction of crops around the world are also being used to control plants in your yard.
The use of pesticides to kill bees has been controversial since the 1960s when scientists began discovering the dangers of the chemical.
In recent years, however, some farmers have begun using less toxic alternatives, like the herbicide Roundup and the insecticide Bt.
But farmers have also been using a variety of other pesticides, including those that can kill weeds.
Some of the more controversial pesticides, like neonicotinoids, have caused widespread concern.
They are considered by some to be “deadly weeds” that can damage crops.
In fact, the chemical used in the United States, imidacloprid, has been shown to cause damage to plants.
Another concern about neonic pesticides is that they can kill plants in a way that doesn’t kill them.
That can happen when pesticides are applied to a plant’s root system, or when a pesticide applied on the leaves kills the plant’s stem cells, which give the plant its color and shape.
Neonicotinoid pesticides also pose a risk to people who work in agriculture, because they can cause allergic reactions, such as in people who have asthma.
In fact, there are now more than 500,000 cases of exposure to neonic-treated plants and animals in the U.S., according to the U tolle Center for Environmental Health.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that some neonic insecticides can be toxic to people, and there have been several deaths linked to the pesticide.
Neonics have been on the rise in the past decade, with the use of neonic sprays increasing at the same time that farmers have been spraying insecticides on their crops.
So far, the use in the country has not been on a national scale.
But the use is on the upswing.
In 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency released new guidelines for farmers to apply neonic products.
These guidelines said neonic use should be restricted to fields where no bees are found.
In some states, such restrictions are being applied to neonics.
For instance, in Washington state, neonic seed is being prohibited from being applied on fields where bees are not present.
The state is also prohibiting neonic sprayers from being used on areas where neonic is being sprayed, unless the farmer has written permission from the state.
States are also restricting the use and sale of neonics in some cases, according to a 2016 report by the Center for Biological Diversity.
In addition to beekeepers, the EPA says it is also looking into the use or sale of a number of other chemicals, including polychlorinated biphenyls, a chemical that has been linked to birth defects.
Polychlorinated biphenyl, or PCBs, are chemicals that can be released into the environment when they are sprayed on plants, and can be a significant cause of reproductive problems for bees and other pollinators.
Pesticides and the environmentThe EPA is also working to regulate neonic chemicals.
For example, it is studying whether neonic seeds should be treated differently from other seeds.
The agency is also reviewing the use by farmers of neonically treated seed.
The agency is looking into whether neonics should be more closely monitored by scientists and farmers, according the EPA.
The EPA also said it is exploring the use as a pesticide to reduce the risk of pesticide-resistant weeds, or weeds that can attack crops and kill insects.
In the meantime, the U as a whole is still not using neonic pesticide as much as it could be, according a 2015 report from the Natural Resources Defense Council.
The report said the U could be facing a loss of nearly $600 billion in economic activity by 2030 if neonic exposure were not limited.
The EPA’s own studies have shown that neonic usage is not affecting the bees.
In addition, the agency has said it will work to increase the use levels of neosporin, a neonic chemical used to treat insecticide resistant weeds.