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GreenWise Gardening 26m
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Polly 4h
US beekeepers lost 40% of colonies over past year, survey finds
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Mark C Ackroyd Jun 17
Now You See Me, Now You Don’t....
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Arceo-GomezG Jun 18
Had a great time teaching about and summer camps today!
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Jenna Lee Wraith 23h
shows us the intricate pollination strategies of pterostylis 👏
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Gill-Eve Honey Bees Jun 16
Newly hatched Virgin queens. If anyone is interested in one of these please send us a DM.
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Invergowrie P.S. 12h
School garden is looking amazing - the pollinators are loving all the flowers.
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farm2ranch Jun 18
Smart Gardening: in vegetable gardens and backyard fruit
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Allison Murphy 4h
Despite the weather, the bees are out and about. This was just one seen today captured on this yellow scabies. Just beautiful. Good inspiration seeking.
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Sarah Bionet Jun 12
Well done St Marys Church Chirk
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Rightplantz 23h
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red headed honey Jun 18
Well, disturbing at least.. 🤐EPA will allow use of pesticide harmful to bees.
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Bee City USA 5h
This , we're highlighting lesser-known pollinators like ! Have you had the opportunity to marvel at huge hawkmoths, or clearwing moths? And did you know that , including the unearthly , rely on moth ?
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Sara Mendes 7h
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QuakeFactor Jun 18
Is impacting a honeybee’s ability to locate and ultimately disrupting ? USGS scientists are looking into it!
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Atcheson Lawn & Landscape Jun 17
Is your garden or landscape pollinator friendly? Visit James S. McDonnell Planetarium in St. Louis – June 17-18 to see Pollinator Week Lights. Click the link below to learn how to support and protect these important creatures.
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Drones UAV UAS 21h
Dropcopter, Beak & Skiff Partner for First in Nation Plant Pollination Program and showcase first ever autonomous pollination of apples in USA
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Tom Deards Jun 14
You know it’s been a bit of a wet week when even the bees look bedraggled sheltering in the pollen and nectar winter bird food plantings
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Isabel Kilian Salas Jun 17
Great opportunity to check other projects @
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Lindi Jun 16
Great little visit to yesterday. Picked up some and had an impromptu restaurant top trumps with the wonderful gentleman who looked after us. Looking forward to following up on your recommendations! 😊
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