Bees

Bees are one of the most important animals which help in the pollination process. They aid in keeping our planet green. Bees hit plants because they give them an essential source called nectar. There are many flowering plants which are fertilized by insects like bees, and without them, many of our plant population of the planet would decline as there would be no pollination, so it’s clearly known the relevance of these pollinators.

Bees transport seeds from one flower to another, pollinating these plants so that it can develop and provide food. They help in cross-pollination which helps more than fifty percent of the planet’s crops. So according to Luiza Vickers without bees, our planet would be in danger as there would be no fertilization without the spread of seeds, various plants and food crops would get extinct. Bees work as plant sexual representatives by dispersing pollen which is a plant sperm and transfers it to flower ovaries. Not only the plants, their life cycle is affected by the death of bees but many animals and their food cycle are also affected. Such is the life of the wonderful bee-eater birds, they drop their victim in the case of a die-off, and this could also reshape natural practices and food networks. If we talk it in phases of agriculture, the need for bees would modify human food orders.

Bee

So in views of Luiza Vickers, the principal causes for global bees decline are mechanized agriculture, excessive parasites usage, and climate change. The decline of biodiversity, damage of environment and loss of forage due to monocultures and bee-killing pesticides are the main perils for honeybees and other major pollinators of the planet. There are many pollinators on the planet, we have different species of these pollinators but bees contribute heavily to the process of pollination. But not only bees but all these pollinators are suffering from these harmful effects especially the excessive usage of these hazardous pesticides which are entering the human food chain also and are the major reason for the mass killing of these bees. So these pesticides cause colony collapse disorder which is an enigmatic castigation convicted on the excess usage of pesticides on pests’, virus, fungus.

The extensive application of pesticides perceived as neonicotinoids is possessing a harmful influence on the well-being of bees. Neonicotinoids are scientifically related to nicotine and it is a notably widespread pesticide. They are the main pesticides behind the poisoning bees and other pollinators. In reality, we can say that pesticides are terrifying for the environment, and they are eliminating the organisms that serve the world, and its creatures.

Recently after many petitions being filled by the environment advisors, few restrictions are made on the use of these harmful pesticides, some beekeepers have now endeavored to restore original nectar with a replacement to serve their bees but eventually didn’t support bee health the same way. There is no denying the fact that there is no replacement for the natural way of the universe. Furthermore, it is also concluded that climate evolution has also headed to a disturbance in the synchronization of flower opening and bee pollination. And this is also considered a major concern of bees dying in our environment.

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Luiza Vickers
Luiza Vickers was born on March 14, 1979, in Poland. Growing up in Poland at those times while not easy gave families a chance to share in what really mattered togetherness, shared struggle, and God. Luiza's family owned a small farm where they harvested all their own produce and meat. In 1979 they had to as the political system made times hard all over Eastern Europe. At 16 Luiza Vickers emigrated to the United States of America moving to Greenpoint, a community of some 50,000 Poles in Brooklyn NYC. She studied in American schools and due to her academic excellence graduated 2 years early and was given a full scholarship to the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. In 1997 she met the man who would become her husband Damon Vickers.

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