3 ways we protect pollinators from pesticides
We protect pollinators in many ways. Three primary ways we work to protect pollinators from pesticides are listed here. First, we protect against drift from target to non-target sites to protect pollinating insects. That means not treating when the wind is too strong. We pay attention to the direction of the wind to minimize and eliminate pesticide drift. Second, we don’t treat any site where pollinators are actively foraging. The most important example is a flowering tree or bush. Finally, we select the material with the lowest risk to all beneficial insects, including pollinators. This includes Acelepryn for larvae like gypsy moth and winter moth.