Video. Pesticides used by farmers in the past have often had one big drawback, they haven't been very kind to bees which are so vital in pollination.
But now University researchers are testing out a new pesticide which may be much less harmful. And they're getting it from a strange, and scary, source.
Derek Proud reports.
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