Wildflowers enhance pollinator services

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Blaauw, Brett (2014): Wildflowers enhance pollinator services. figshare.

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By supporting wild pollinators and increasing the overall biodiversity within the agroecosystem, native wildflower plantings may provide crop yield benefits and return on investment for growers, reducing their dependency on rented honey bees and insuring against loss of pollination due to inclement weather.

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