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Lunchbox science with Associate Professor Tanya Latty

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When

Wednesday 23 September 2020 from 12pm to 12:45pm

Bees in the city: toward pollinator-friendly urban agriculture

Small scale urban agricultural systems such as community gardens, food forests and market gardens are becoming increasingly common in major cities around the world. In order to be productive, these systems often require pollination from insects such as bees and flies.

In this talk, Associate Professor Tanya Latty will discuss the role urban agriculture can play in pollinator conservation and provide some insight into how our growing knowledge of insect behaviour might inform the design of more productive food gardens.

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