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Article: help pollinators by leaving weeds alone

 
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New president of England's ecological society says learn to love weeds and leave dandelions alone:
https://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/leave-dandelions-alone-to-help-bees-this-spring/?utm_campaign=newsletters&utm_medium=weekly_mailout&utm_source=11-02-2020

Lots of good stuff in this article, !
 
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I don't know any plant beings known as 'weeds'.

Dandelions are first real forage for bees in many places. A real light first food for Spring. Great liver tonic for humans too.
 
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