I read it. I was expecting more - it seems just to be a rehash of the obvious, all dolled up in government-speak, but with any specific action plans. I'll read it again and see if I missed something useful.
Plenty of language about how beeks should be prepared to move hives if unexpected pest situation occurs.
Very very little about applying pesticides according to the label/law.
Who moves the pollinators that are not honeybees? If honeybees in their large (buffered) colonies are at risk from such an application, any native pollinators (which are supposed to be protected with there plans) are thrown under the bus.
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