No bee species in the UK are protected, but they should only be treated with pesticides as a last resort. Pesticide treatment of solitary bee species is unnecessary. Pesticide treatment of Bumble bees and Honey bees should only be undertaken if the bees present a threat to public health and all other options have been exhausted. You must not proceed with a Honey bee treatment until you have read the essential guidance. Please click HERE
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