bees

Bringing bees back to shoots

Improving shoots for the benefit of bees will ensure favourable conditions for game birds, not to mention benefits for the countryside.  The habitat created on shoots provides pollinators with food all year round, but more must be done to support the declining

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For the birds and the bees

Kings has created a brand new seed mix, focusing on combining the best possible cover crop with the recent demand for bee-friendly plant species: the Bees ‘n’ Seeds mix. For a limited time, this mix can be purchased at a

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Think of the bees’ needs

Bees and butterflies are on the decline but there’s something to be done about it – devote twice as much uncultivated land to pollinators on farmland. A five-year study carried out by entomologists from the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) and Rothamsted

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Interesting observations

Clive Wood says there are a few things to look out for when planning your crops, as well as developments in stewardships schemes and wildlife habitat creation. Another season is over and it is time to reflect on what went

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