Habitat for bees

Farmland is habitat for bees; they need open landscape. In addition, they give valuable pollination services for many crops. However, in modern agricultural landscapes, the structures for bees are often scarce. They need flowers to feed on, but also nesting places: bare soil, hedgerows, tussocky grass etc. to maintain a stable population. If habitat for bees (and other insects) is lacking, pollination in the crops may be insufficient and the biodiversity decreases.

After a careful analysis, BeeSafe assesses which measures make sense and are practicable. Together, we make a plan on how to implement measures to help bees and improve the crop pollination in the area. From small measures like flowering strips and trap nests to larger projects of habitat renaturation, we discuss what is feasible.

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