Do you want an abundant harvest? If so, you can improve pollination by making your garden more attractive to pollinators.
In Part 1 of this series, I discussed pollination problems in depth and the FIRST STEP you can take: Eliminate ALL chemicals from your garden. There’s some critically important information to be aware of in that article, so if you missed it, check out 4 Steps to Improve Pollination and Your Harvests: Part 1.
What other ways can you improve pollination and your harvests? Read on for 3 more practical steps you can take to work with nature for mutually beneficial outcomes:
- Learn to hand pollinate your crops
- Provide insect hotels for pollinators
- Plant bee-friendly flowers