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Pollinator plots growing in rural Clay County

Posted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013 12:01 pm

Planting pollinator gardens is becoming popular not only in backyards, but also, on farmsteads, Tom Meek said at Sunday's "What's bugging you?" "master gardeners' field day in Green.

Meek shared some things you can do to attract pollinators, including plant specific types of plants, and the role pollinators play in a healthy garden.

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