A New, Colorful Way to Attract Pollinators to Crops

Researchers in Wyoming studying the diversity of pollinators attracted to specialty cut flowers used cultivars of six flower species in their study: (top, left to right) marigold, stock, strawflower, ornamental carrot, cockscomb, and zinnia. (Photos by Samantha Nobes)

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Researchers in Wyoming studying the diversity of pollinators attracted to specialty cut flowers used cultivars of six flower species in their study: (top, left to right) marigold, stock, strawflower,…

Source: Entomology Today

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