While looking at the future’s weather can be a bit like peering into a crystal ball, how plant diseases work is more clear. For a disease to show up in yard and garden plants, three things need to be present. Plant pathologists refer to this as the disease triangle.
Pollinators are the glue holding our food system together and key connectors between the plant and animal world. This National Pollinators Week, learn how pollinators can help us appreciate and support our connections to the diversity of the natural world and each other.
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