Bees and farmers

Natural habitats must be restored and agriculture redesigned. Agroecological practices favor not only pollinators, but also the natural enemies of parasites, thus allowing the agroecosystem to keep itself in balance. It is important to plant crops in alternating strips, to include hedges and mixed species meadows, and to rotate crops with clover and other legumes.

It is also essential to minimize the use of pesticides, especially insecticides and fungicides, in order to allow insect populations to recover and to continue to carry out their beneficial work in the ecosystems that we share with them.

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