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Conservation of Native and Domestic Pollinators in Managed Turfgrass Landscapes

Jonathan L. Larson, R. Chris Williamson, P.J. Liesch
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Bees and other pollinators provide invaluable ecological and economic services, which is one reason the alarming decline in pollinating insects is of great concern. Through two simple practices, homeowners and professional landscape managers alike can maintain aesthetically pleasing turfgrass landscapes while doing so in environmentally responsible ways. Learn the current best practices for improving pollinator habitats and using insecticides correctly in this handy fact sheet (4 pages; 2016).

 


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