CATCH THE BUZZ
I am surprised they are concerned about Africanized honeybees and am not surprised they are worried about medication-resistant pests. I was under the impression that varroa did exist in Canada though. How do they keep the bees from crossing over the boarder naturally?Alan Harman
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is refusing to release its risk assessment on bees from the United States, but media reports say the agency has concluded the border should remain closed because of four serious risks from the U.S., including Africanized honeybees and medication-resistant pests.