Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Join the Pollination Nation on August 7th

Has anyone talked with you about the birds and bees. or techniques of fertilization?  Join us for a discussion of a variety of pollinators on Thursday August 7th at 6:30 p.m.
Discover how the male anther of a flower is moved to the female stigma to make the process of pollination possible.  Bees, butterflies, wasps and others are critical fertilizing those beautiful flowers.
Learn how beekeeping can aid flower production.  Over 75% of plants are pollinated by animals.  Learn how to facilitate the pollination process in your garden, as well as identifying and attracting and sustaining pollinating insects and animals in your local ecosystem.
Learn how to be a part of the Pollination Nation and stimulate your garden’s growth.

If you would like more information on this meeting, contact David Mixdorf at 402-494-7545 for details.

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