Butterflies Like Wide Buffer Strips with Tall Native Grasses and Broadleaf PlantsAgricultural Wildlife Conservation Center Project
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AbstractIf you want more species of butterflies in your filter strips and other grass buffers, make the buffers wider and plant tall native grasses and broad leaf plants. That’s a key finding of a southwestern Minnesota study on butterfly use of conservation buffers.
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Citation InformationDiane M. Debinski and William L. Hohman. "Butterflies Like Wide Buffer Strips with Tall Native Grasses and Broadleaf Plants" Agricultural Wildlife Conservation Center Project Iss. 68-7482-1-777 (2007) p. 1 - 1
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