Bees near a Grassy Key hive fall victim to aerial spraying for mosquitoes last September. Beekeepers fear the Zika threat could lead to more spraying.
Bees near a Grassy Key hive fall victim to aerial spraying for mosquitoes last September. Beekeepers fear the Zika threat could lead to more spraying. Keynoter file
Bees near a Grassy Key hive fall victim to aerial spraying for mosquitoes last September. Beekeepers fear the Zika threat could lead to more spraying. Keynoter file

Keys bees suffer from pesticide used to kill Zika mosquitoes

September 10, 2016 08:57 AM

UPDATED September 10, 2016 08:59 AM

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