Farm Pollination Buffer Mix


Planting a pollination buffer is the best thing you can do to provide foraging areas to feed and attract native bees, and other pollinating insects and keep them around for your crops all year long. According to The Xerces Society, native pollinators could enhance crop yields because they are often more efficient pollinators than honey bees. Planting pollinator habitat near farm crops may aid in the reduction of pest species as well, by making use of beneficial predatory insects that prey on insect crop pests. 

14 lbs. per acre.  $70 per lb. *Mix design and pricing are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of current and future products. Changes to the mix will not affect its function.*
Scientific Name  Common Name
of Mix
Oz. 
Andropogon gerardii Big Bluestem 10% 2.14
Schizachyrium scoparium Little Bluestem 10% 1.23
Echinacea purpurea Purple Coneflower 8% 1.97
Asclepias syriaca Common Milkweed 6% 1.7
Elymus virginicus Virginia Wild Rye 6% 2.8
Heliopsis helianthoides False Sunflower 6% 1.63
Solidago nemoralis Gray Goldenrod 5% 0.02
Sorghastrum nutans Indian Grass 5% 0.74
Monarda punctata Spotted Horsemint 4% 0.07
Panicum virgatum Switchgrass 4% 0.27
Tridens flavus Purpletop 4% 0.29
Verbesina alternifolia Wingstem 4% 0.93
Coreopsis lanceolata Lanceleaf Tickseed 3% 0.34
Euthamia graminifolia Flat-Top Goldenrod 3% 0.01
Liatris spicata Dense Blazing Star 3% 0.82
Symphyotrichum laeve Smooth Aster 3% 0.11
Oenothera biennis Evening Primrose 2% 0.04
Penstemon digitalis Foxglove Beardtongue 2% 0.03
Rudbeckia fulgida Orange Coneflower 2% 0.1
Rudbeckia hirta Black-Eyed Susan 2% 0.05
Symphyotrichum novae-angliae New England Aster 2% 0.03
Verbena hastata Blue Vervain 2% 0.04
Agastache foeniculum Anise Hyssop 1% 0.02
Chamaecrista fasciculata Partridge Pea 1% 0.56
Penstemon hirsutus Hairy Beardtongue 1% 0.01
Vernonia noveboracensis New York Ironweed 1% 0.05



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