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A Citizen Science Guide to Wild Bees and Floral Visitors in Western Washington (Home Garden Series)

Since wild bees are difficult to monitor and identify, this guide acts an introductory document for those who would like to understand wild bee biodiversity and contribute to conservation through moni ...

Identifying Wireworms in Cereal Crops

Wireworms, the immature stage of the click beetle, are a major best of Pacific Northwest cereal crops. The insect feeds on plants below the surface, causing wilt, stunted growth, or death to young cro ...

An Introduction to Cavity-Nesting Bees in the Puget Sound Region (Home Garden Series)

Learn to harness a variety of wild bees in your backyard using these simple and effective methods. ...

Advances in Dryland Farming in the Inland Pacific Northwest (PNW) (REACCh Handbook)

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Pollinators in Canola in the Inland Pacific Northwest

Canola grown in the Pacific Northwest is a great food source for bees: bees then pollinate the canola, increasing overall canola yields. Learn more here!