4.9 Crop Pollinator Habitat


Buffers can provide valuable resources for crop pollinators including shade, nesting sites, water, nectar and pollen, and protection from pesticides (see 5.2 to 5.3). Buffers can reduce wind and aid in foraging and pollination efficiency. Ideally, buffers should be less than 1000 feet from the crop.

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