Montana State University researchers discuss flower strips of nine native plants that provide habitat for native bees and an additional income source for farmers who can collect and sell the flower seeds.
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- Evaluating Native Perennial Flower Strips for Enhancing Native Bees and Pollination Services on Farmlands (SW13-043)
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