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Can A Mushroom Save The Honey bees?
In the last decade or so, the honey bees have begun to disappear. It began in 2006 when beekeepers first saw their honey bees dying mysteriously in large numbers. Now, researchers call this occurrence ‘colony collapse disorder'. However, scientists are still unable to find a particular reason.
According to them, there could be several reasons, including pollution, loss of habitat, herbicides, viruses, and more. Though some experts believe the viruses to be the main reason. Until now, scientists have not been able to develop any treatment to protect the bees. Stamets, the founder of Fungi Perfecti, worked with researchers from Washington State University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture on the study. It is a family-owned business. It is working to promote the growth of high-quality medicinal mushrooms.
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