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Improving Pollination and Healthy Ecosystems

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Length: 52 pages31 minutes

Summary

Pollination is mutually beneficial to plants and to pollinators. Pollination results in the production of seeds and is necessary for many plants to reproduce. Honey bees often come to mind first when people think of pollinators. However, many different animals, including other insects (other bee species, butterflies, beetles, flies), some birds and some bats are pollinators. we need healthy pollinator populations to ensure that the next generation of plants will be produced. How Farmers Can Help Pollinators. How Gardeners Can Help Pollinators. Every food source and habitat provided can help pollinators rebound from the challenges they face. You can provide food and habitat in your backyard—or even in your windowsill—to help pollinators thrive. Making a ‘hotel’ for pollinating insects is a great way to help our backyard

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