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Casey Delphia

Casey Delphia

Casey Delphia, Ph.D., samples native bees on a flower strip on a farm in southwestern Montana. Wild bees are important to pollination of crops, and their pollination increases crop yields. Delphia and her colleagues found that the retail sale of seeds of wildflowers planted in strips next to crops could yield a profit, thus providing an added incentive for adoption of flower strips to help conserve native bees. (Photo credit: Kelly Gorham)

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