Presentations & Resources from KRC Farming Practices that Benefit Pollinators and a Whole Lot More workshop
Here are several of the presentations from our recent workshop in Holton, aimed at providing information and education on farming practices and methods that protect pollinators from the harms of pesticides. The workshop and resources were made possible by funding from Ceres Trust.
Pollinators and Neonicotinoids – Joanna Voigt – KRC –
Beneficial Insects, Part 1 – Sarah Zukoff, PhD, K-State Research and Education, Entolomogy –
Beneficial Insects, Part 2 – Sarah Zukoff, PhD, K-State Research and Education, Entolomogy –
Neonicotinoids in the North Central Region – Sarah Zukoff, PhD, K-State Research and Education, Entolomogy –
IPM – Sarah Zukoff, PhD, K-State Research and Education, Entolomogy –
Resources distributed at the workshop –
Additional resources useful for attracting pollinators and beneficial insects to your farm, and protecting pollinators from pesticides –
The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation –
Conservation Biological Control – strategies to attract beneficial insects in order to reduce pesticide use – https://xerces.org/conservationbiocontrol/. This page has a number of really useful resources.
Preventing Negative Impacts of Pesticides on Pollinators – https://xerces.org/guidelines/pollinator-pesticide-risk-reduction/.