Scientists studied ‘lazy lawn mowers.’ It turn…

Scientists studied ‘lazy lawn mowers.’ It turns out they’re saving the bees, study finds:


Neighbors might not thank you if you cut back on mowing the lawn, but your local pollinators will.

Becoming a “lazy lawn mower” and trimming the grass every two weeks, rather than weekly, can help foster vital bee habitat in suburban yards, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

More time between mowings means more lawn flowers (like clover and dandelions) have time to bloom in the yard, researchers said — and those blooming flowers can help improve struggling bee populations and increase biodiversity.


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