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    Planting wildflowers in buffer strips a boon to wildlife

    MIDWEST: These are just some pictures of wildflowers I have planted in some buffer strips along a hedge row on one of our farms. This is something we as farmers do for bees and wildlife without giving it a thought. It took a few years to get established, but it’s looking good now. All photos are the property of Syngenta unless otherwise noted. Reporting from Fairbury, IL



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