Around the world, scientific and advocacy communities are engaged in an active discussion on neonicotinoids (a.k.a. neonics) and their impact on bees and other pollinators.

Although we’ve already committed to phasing out the use of neonics on our plants by the end of 2018, there’s more you may want to know if you’re concerned about these insecticides.

We’re deeply engaged in understanding the possible relationship of the use of neonics on plants and the decline in the honeybee population. To that end, we remain in contact with the EPA, scientists, the insecticide industry and our suppliers to understand the science and monitor the research.

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