Wild pollinators are beneficial in themselves. They can also be harvested to do a farmer’s bidding. Both ideas were explored during the Guelph Organic Conference on February 1. Peter Kevan and John Sutton of the University of Guelph talked about the bee-vectored biological control of agricultural crop diseases. The technology is already being used in Essex County pepper greenhouses and now it’s being introduced for a variety of outdoor crops. Read more here:    http://www.hortibiz.com/hortibiz/nieuws/bee-vectored-biological-control/

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