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Summer Flowering Cover Crops Support Wild Bees in Vineyards

Environmental Entomology

Jan 5, 2018

Houston WilsonMiguel A Altieri

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Agricultural expansion and intensification negatively affect pollinator populations and has led to reductions in pollination services across multiple cropping systems. As a result, growers and researchers have utilized the restoration of local and landscape habitat diversity to support ...read more

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Apis mellifera
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Grape extract
Crops, Agricultural
Health Services
Helianthus species
SPP2 dioxygenase
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Tomatoes
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Summer Flowering Cover Crops Support Wild Bees in Vineyards

Environmental Entomology

Jan 5, 2018

Houston WilsonMiguel A Altieri

PMID: 29300949

DOI: 10.1093/ee/nvx197

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