Pollinators: Key to Nature Restoration

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wild pollinators
Researchers from Wageningen University & Research will conduct a nature restoration to protect wild pollinators.

Researchers from the Wageningen University & Research made a conclusion that the number of bees present is equal to the quantity that farmers will harvest. Moreover, the research is conducted to see how pollinators affect the yield potential of crops.

Nature restoration will come in three different phases:

  • Agriculture sector may focus on fertilization and weed control that would not kill wild pollinators.
  • Also, small-scale activities and variation to improve the wellness of animals and plants.
  • Last, rewarding farmers with their contribution to restoring and protecting the biodiversity.

After all of these, farmers and economic will take all the benefits from nature restoration.

Source: Wageningen University & Research | Photo by David Leonard, Flickr

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