DEBLOIS, Maine (WABI) - As No Mow May winds down, folks are reminded this is just the beginning for promoting pollinators.
Wyman’s Blueberry barrens were buzzing with activity as bees made their way around to pollinate the flowers.
“This crop requires a significant amount of pollination to be successful. In fact, it’s the most important input we can have in our crop. And so, a lot of our work is really focused around developing long term relationships with beekeepers,” said Bruce Hall, Wyman’s director of agroecology. “Wyman’s pollinators are kind of number one, they’re the most important input that predicts our crop yield.”