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The additive stress of pesticide exposure & food scarcity leads to significant declines in wild populations, according to research published by scientists.
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80AcresFarms Oct 15
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Friends of Animals Jun 22
We're kicking off with a quick vid about why being is the best thing you can do for pollinators, your health and the environment. Learn more about going here:
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Ben Dolley Jul 16
If I'd cut my allotment edges I wouldn't have this excellent ladybird hotel full of tasty blackfly! Mad must have spotted about 50 of the little red critters today.
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Jennifer Klementti Jul 25
We have been getting My Local Leaf greens in our weekly delivery from SIMCOE Harvest along with veggies and fruit from our local farmers and growers. Now available at too.
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Mel dawson Oct 18
Rustic goodness... Carrot pigment is responsible for their remarkable diversity. Carotenes creates oranges, while anthrocyanins for yellows. πŸ€—πŸ₯• 🌱
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Josie Cohen Sep 9
Last year, we succeeded in making & ! Now I get to walk around my home town enjoying all the wonderful wildflowers & knowing that me, my neighbours and my dog are less exposed to toxic . Making local-level change feels GOOD!!!!
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TownSeagull Jul 26
Bee on Wallflower and if you look closely you can see Aphids on the flower stem too, all critters left alone to do their thing in my garden...
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80AcresFarms Oct 19
Get Fresh With Us! πŸ₯—πŸ…πŸ₯’πŸŒ±πŸ½οΈ
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Mark Deklin Oct 10
Follow-up to my in-laws’ enclosure. πŸŒ±πŸ”¨ 100%
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Cheryl Cummings Jul 30
Brilliant! and Just what we need, thank you.
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Nature's Ultra Feb 27
Our hemp is always grown without pesticides! We utilize the lands natural defenses🌱
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Jane May 5
Solomon's seal (Polygonatum multiflorum) is even more beautiful this year 😍(we welcome the Sawfly larvae) &
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Mel dawson Oct 14
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PAN UK Sep 4
What was it like walking across fields in the 1970's before our farmland bird numbers started to plummet? A new study is looking at how pesticides affect our farmland birds today. Can you identify the bird below?
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DebTannHIWWT Jun 25
these large white butterfly caterpillars are enjoying my nasturtiums and staying off the lettuces and other veg πŸ‘β˜ΊοΈ
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Abigail Lowe Jul 29
So exciting we can finally announce this properly! We’ve been working with growers across Wales that are on a Pollinator Assurance Scheme - so you can buy plants that are good for pollinators. All based on the research that we do at
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Beesponsible Sep 25
Lawn flowers = cool πŸ‘ Herbicides = not cool πŸ‘Ž Dandelions, clover and henbit all provide a valuable nectar source for in spring. 🌼🐝 So, ditch the pre-emergents this fall! 🚫
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WildlifeTrustsWales Jul 8
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Yellow Door Deli Sep 15
Garlic chive flowers in the kitchen garden seeing a lot of butterfly action today
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