Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Collecting-Bee-Pollen-in-Germany-27MZIFVLJ82V.htmlConceptually similarCollecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04Q9BCompleted★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04LTCCompleted★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04LT5Completed★★★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04LT7Completed★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04LT8Completed★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04Q8ZCompleted★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04LT6Completed★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04Q9ACompleted★★★★★★Collecting Bee Pollen in GermanyGP04LTACompleted★★★★View AllGP04Q9CCollecting Bee Pollen in GermanyBeekeeper Dr. Simon Bach with pollen collecting box. The pollen pellets are dislodged from the hind-legs of the returning bees as they enter the hive, and the pellets fall into this collecting tray.In original language:PollenfalleImker Dr. Simon Bach mit Pollenfalle.Locations:Germany-SendenhorstDate:21 May, 2013Credit:© Fred Dott / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3744px X 5616pxKeywords:Agriculture-Beekeepers-Beekeeping-Bees-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Outdoors-Pollen-Pollination-Protective clothing-Save the Bees (Campaign title)Shoot:Greenpeace Visits Beekeeper in SendenhorstGreenpeace Germany Campaigner for Sustainable Agriculture, Dirk Zimmermann, visits beekeeper (apiarist), Dr. Simon Bach, in Sendenhorst. Healthy bee populations are of ecological and economic importance. There is an urgent need for the elimination of bee-harming pesticides from agriculture. Such elimination would be a crucial and effective first step to protect the health of bee populations and to safeguard their pollination value that is vital for the ecosystem and food production in Europe.