Colony collapse disorder.
Kiss your guac goodbye?
The pollinators face many challenges.
[credit provider=”Daniel Cariveau” url=”http://www.eurekalert.org/jrnls/sci/pages/garibaldi-03-01-13.html”] Wild insects are better at pollinating crops than captive honeybees trucked into fields by humans, new research suggests. Crashing populations of wild insects could spell disaster for our food supply, the researchers suggest.The new study, published online in the journal Science Thursday, Feb. 28.