UF Study- Golf Course Pollinators

A new study from the University of Florida (Go Gators) shows how golf courses are playing their part in helping bee colonies thrive. Specifically, wildflowers planted on golf courses benefit pollinating insects such as honey bees, giving them a natural resource to help keep and grow their hives.


You can read the entire article on this study HERE




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