Posted by: Sandy Steinman | June 2, 2018

Wildflowers Can Reduce Pesticide Use

The Guardian reportson the use of wildflowers to reduce pesticide use

Long strips of bright wildflowers are being planted through crop fields to boost the natural predators of pests and potentially cut pesticide spraying.

Read story at  Stripes of wildflowers across farm fields could cut pesticide spraying | Environment | The Guardian


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