Data from: Wildflower plantings on fruit farms provide pollen resources and increase nesting by stem nesting bees

Kelsey Graham
1. Wildflower plantings on farms have been shown to attract foraging wild bees, however, whether these added floral resources increase nesting densities of bees remains largely untested. 2. We placed nest boxes containing natural reeds at 20 fruit farms in Michigan. We then compared nesting densities between farms with and without wildflower plantings and analyzed nest provisions to evaluate use of wildflower plantings for brood provisioning. 3. We found significantly greater nesting at farms with...
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