Sustaining the Decline of Bee Population in California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Honey bees are an important asset for our world. Their importance lies in their ability to pollinate many flowers and agricultural products. According to the article, “Can We Disrupt the Sensing of Honey Bees by the Bee Parasite Varroa destructor?”, by Nurit Eliah, in California the bee colonies have decreased by 19 percent in 2019. The decline of bees is due to various problems like the Varroa Mites and habitat loss. In order to help increase the population, we need to have more bee friendly gardens with flowers that last all year long. This would encourage bees to station and pollinate.


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