Want to help the bees? Keep these out of your garden.
Three-fourths of the world’s honey contains neonicotinoids. The buzz is that even gardening for bees takes constant vigilance. Deposit photos Entomologist Vera Krischik has a bee and butterfly garden bursting with Mexican sunflowers, goldenrod, salvia and black-eyed susans. But when she has problems with aphids or Japanese beetles, she’s careful to get rid of them responsibly.…
While the use of neonicotinoids will help with bee health and population numbers, if you really
Want to help the bees? Keep these out of your garden,
then and grow plants and trees with flowers all year round.
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