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Insecticide blamed for bee kill in Minneapolis

Published 10/02/2013

A large-scale bee kill in Minneapolis last month is being blamed on a common insecticide. Investigators traced the kill to fipronil, an insecticide commonly used by commercial companies around the foundations of buildings to control insects, including ants, box elder bugs and yellow jackets.

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