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University of Kentucky researchers begin three-year study on pollinator food availability on farmland

Pollinators are extremely important to agriculture, accounting for one in every three bites of food, but their populations have been declining worldwide for a number of years. In a new study, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment researchers are evaluating how food availability on farmland impacts bee communities in early spring. UK entomologist Clare Rittschof is leading...