WILDLIFE AND POLLINATOR HABITAT
Wildlife vegetative plantings along the edge of the field or woods, or fencerow serves as protective cover, nesting area, habitat and travel lanes for wildlife. These strips are planted to native warm season grasses, sunflowers, bermuda grass, rye grass, Johnson grass, and switch grass.
Demonstration of Black Oil
Sunflowers for wildlife or seed production.
This practice is used to filter soil sediment, pesticides
and nutrients from the field runoff. Vegetation includes: maidencane, cattails,
johnson grass, willow trees, switch grass. Vegetation also provides habitats and
protective cover for wildlife.
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