Collaborative Solutions for Pollinator Health
NCGA is an active participant in several industry groups working on collaborative solutions for pollinator health on or near agricultural lands. Although corn is wind pollinated and does not benefit from insect pollination, a healthy and diversified ecosystem remains important to the long-term operation and sustainability of corn farms. Farmers will undoubtedly find a diverse array of pollinators in their cornfields and can take steps to help protect these species. The following guide provides additional information and best management practices for supporting pollinator health.
September 1, 2020Post-Harvest is a Great Time to Establish Pollinator Habitat
Fall is the best time to establish a pollinator habitat for a couple of key reasons, according...Read More
June 23, 2020Pollinator Week is a Good Time to Review Best Management Practices
National Pollinator Week is June 22-28, 2020, so it is an excellent time to think about the best...Read More
February 12, 2020Now Is A Great Time to Consider Pollinator Habitat
A growing partnership between the National Corn Growers Association and the Bee and Butterfly...Read More