The closer to a pylon, the fewer flowers. And that has to do with the bees, stressed by the tower's electromagnetic field. This is what a group of Chilean entomologists have observed who have carried out a series of experiments in poppy fields and in the laboratory. The scientists found that exposure to electromagnetic fields altered the expression of bee genes related to stress and behavior. The result was that the plants near the towers produced fewer seeds, affecting their survival. This could be happening along the entire line and with other key insects for pollination.