Seed for Pollinator Cover Crop

Cover Crops (we have termed Pollinator Cover Crops because of the huge amounts of Pollen and Nectar they produce – and indisputably more than the same area of native wildflower meadow could produce, which we have also sadly lost 98% of in the last 50 years) used to be common-place in the British Isles pre. 19th century, before the advent of chemical fertilizers, and pesticides. These act as natural fixers and lifters of nitrogen and other nutrients. The fact that modern agriculture abandoned these traditional old cover crops, could be one important contributing factor to the massive drop in abundance of pollinators now in the 21st century.
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