I think you are missing my point, Bugoil is also in part an alternative to neonicotinoids which are currently either banned or under review in various areas - this creates an opportunity for Bugoil to substitute (in part at least) for this 'product gap' and gain a foothold in the market targeting the pests and subsequent diseases that are targeting bee colonies without harming the bees and affecting their own immune systems
I'm fully aware of what it is and it is a natural alternative in part to neonicotinoids and therefore highly relevant to this issue and has also been proven in previous trials (going back well over 6 or 7 years) to have no harmful effects whatsoever to bees
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