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New Pollinator Bee Gardening Extension Fact Sheet Available (07/21/16)

H1811 Bee-utiful Landscapes: Building a Pollinator Garden is now available from the NDSU Distribution Center or you can download the publication as a pdf from their website.

New Pollinator Bee Gardening Extension Fact Sheet Available

H1811 Bee-utiful Landscapes: Building a Pollinator Garden is nohort.knodel.1w available from the NDSU Distribution Center or you can download the publication as a pdf from their website. Both native bees and European honey bees are in trouble in the United States. Homeowners can have a major impact on pollinators by planting a pollinator garden and providing suitable habitat. This publication will help you identify major pollinators, choose plants that will provide a continuous source of nectar and pollen, and safely use pesticides.

Janet J. Knodel

Extension Entomologist

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