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Breaking down the starchy food data

Five kinds of pesticides were found in the starchy food products, with samples taken from five source countries (Belgium, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, and the UK). The greatest number of samples had either organophosphate insecticides (OPs), and/or the two herbicides chlormequat and glyphosate. Of the food products tested, 75% of the bread products, 90% of cereal bars, and 38% of the noodles had at least one pesticide residue. While no residues were above the levels considered "safe" in the food products, one herbicide (chlorpropham) was found on raw wheat at a level above the recommended Maximum Residue Level.

Oregon bans four bee killing insecticides on linden trees

Oregon enacted a new rule which bans the use of four types of bee-killing insecticides, including imidacloprid, clothianidin, thiamethoxam and dinotefuran, regardless of application method on linden trees and other Tilia species. The four insecticides that are now illegal to spray on Tilia trees are all in the neonicotinoid chemical class which are implicated in pollinator decline, and represents a step forward in protecting bees. However, Tilia trees are not the only route of exposure that bees and other pollinators have to neonics, which are currently applied to fields across the U.S. as seed treatment. The rule comes at the request of the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) following several bee-kill incidents in Oregon since June 2013, when more than 50,000 bumblebees were killed after dinotefuran was sprayed on trees in a shopping mall parking lot in Wilsonville, Oregon. After the incident in Wilsonville, ODA initially placed restrictions on two of the chemicals, dinotefuran and imidacloprid on Tilia trees, and the state launched a task force to look at protections for pollinators. The group came out with a range of recommendations including increased outreach and education about bees and support for bee Habitat.

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