Save the Bees, Don’t Kill ‘Em!
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Beeman Bee Removal VS Pest Control Companies
We Save Bees…
Pesticides Kill Them
Learn why we need to save bee’s and call: 602-748-9378
Pest control companies will come out to the property, do a quick inspection and then suggest to remove the bees with pesticides because “they can not move the bees by natural means”.
This is the easy solution to get the job done and get paid.
These pest control companies will then use pesticides that are hazardous to destroy the bees and their bee hive – which furthur hurts the eco-system.
We Help the World…
Pesticides Harm It
Learn why we need to save bees and call: 602-748-9378
Most bee removal companies use pesticides that are extremely harmful to human beings and pets.
The accumulation of pesticides in a human being can cause cancer. This does not happen over night. It is something that happens throughout the years.
Not only are pesticides harmful to human beings but using toxic chemicals to remove bees puts our entire eco-system at risk.
Why We Need Bees
Honey bees are among the most numerous and efficient pollinator species in the world. Considering that the average honey bee can visit more than 2,000 flowers in one day, these bees greatly increase the chances of a plant producing a fruit or vegetable. They are managed and used to pollinate over 100 crops grown in North America, and contribute $15 billion to the US economy every year. Many crops, such as almonds, which contribute $4.8 billion to the US industry each year, rely on honey bees for more than 90% of their pollination.
Pollinators are necessary for about 80% of all crops that are used directly for food worldwide. But the last decade has been hard on them, reducing their numbers year after year.
Pollinators help plants survive, and plants: