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01-27-2023
Gardeners can make small changes to benefit pollinators
Wild insect pollinators are critical to the formation of seeds and fruit in around 90 percent of flowering plant species, and 75 percent of crop species. Although bees are the best-documented of the insect pollinators, there are many other groups of insects that are also involved. These include flies, beetles, moths, butterflies, wasps and ants. The populations of these crucial organisms are in decline worldwide, mostly due to the activities of humans.  In response to this situation, the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation launched a campaign to...
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Plant hormone evolution
Plant hormone evolution is the focus of a new study....
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The science behind fall leaf colors
Fall leaf colors are not a simple matter as scientists...
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