Data from: Reduced crop density increases floral resources to pollinators without affecting crop yield in organic and conventional fields

William Sidemo-Holm, Romain Carrié, Johan Ekroos, Sandra A.M. Lindström & Henrik G. Smith
Effective weed control in agricultural crop fields increases yields, but simultaneously reduces floral resources for pollinators because many weed species provide pollen and nectar. Consequently, efforts to enhance crop yields on organic farms by using effective weed control methods risk compromising positive effects of organic farming on pollinating insects. Thus, it is important to find management strategies that alleviate the trade-off between crop yields and flowering weeds on organic farms. We investigated the relationship between...
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