Learn about the importance of pollinators? Learn what pollinators do in your garden.
Marigolds, alliums, rosemary, mint, radishes, and many other plants are supposed to repel certain insects, but they attract others, too—namely, pollinators. Pollinators are beneficial insects (and birds!) that promote plant reproduction. We recommend planting 3-5 types of pollinator plants together to encourage visits from bees, butterflies, and more. Start with healthy plants, ideally grown from seed by you or a Read more about ATTRACT NATURAL POLLINATORS with the help of Polinnate Plus, and, plant some of the following:[…]
You’ve probably seen in the news that Bees and other #pollinators are threatened with extinction. Here are 3 reasons why we need to protect our pollinators They increase food production They help pollinate crops Increase biodiversity
Is our product for bees only? The answer is no. There is a common misconception that bees are the only pollinators visiting your garden. Bumble bees, butterflies, hummingbirds, beetles and many more work hard to spread pollen throughout your yard and home garden. Pollinate plus works to attract these pollinators to your yard before your Read more about What animals spread pollen?[…]
Exciting times at Instar Naturals!!!! We have just seen a 4 page article “Sticky Seduction” in “The Good Fruit Grower” and their Crop Management/Pollination issue which came out March 15th 2019. Great article and thanks to Eric Johnson of Johnson Orchards www.johnsonorchardsfruit.com who was a main focus of the story. Eric also pointed out and corrected (please see Read more about Study shows 300% increase in crop yield[…]
It’s not just about the honey bee! Many pollinators are attracted to Pollinate products and it’s blend powerful attractants. Can you tell the difference between this pollinating fly and a honey bee? These mimics look and act just like honey bees in almost every way. They have bigger eyes and only one set of flying Read more about It’s not just about the honey bee![…]