Organic is thee only way to Grow ;)

by Sara
(Tacoma Washington)

Wondered if you noticed a decline in your bee population after your application of DE? We use Diatomaceous Earth and I have yet to notice a decline in our bee community.

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Jun 04, 2015
Diatomaceous Earth and Bee Population
by: Pauly

Hi Sara,

I actually have not seen a reduction nor an increase in the bee population in my area of Kansas.

We generally have bees all over but I'm not sure how to measure the bee population in a given area. It would bee ;) interesting to know.

Like I say it's best to avoid applying it to the flowers and just apply to the foliage and ground.

Thanks for the input,

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