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Protecting Pollinators

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Minimizing the Impact of Pesticides on Pollinators
Charlotte Glen, Horticulture Agent, Chatham County Cooperative Extension – 
This session will discuss how to minimize the impact of pesticide applications on pollinators through product selection, timing and method of application, and  how to read and interpret pesticide labeling to determine potential hazard.

Neonicotinoid Insecticides

Protecting Pollinators from Pesticides

Bees and Bee Decline

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