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Establish milkweed on farm
BASF has provided first-year findings from Living Acres, a biodiversity research initiative focused on helping increase the Monarch-butterfly population through establishing milkweed in non-crop areas.
You can grow milkweed for butterflies
Help monarchs by planting milkweed — but make sure it's native
What the butterflies really need, experts say, is native Texas milkweed, like antelope horns milkweed (Asclepias asperula) or butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa).
Milkweed for monarchs: You want me to plant what?
On Commodity Classic eve, Harold Coble, a professor emeritus from North Carolina State University, had dinner with a corn and soybean grower where he talked about his research work with milkweed. As the New Orleans dinner wound down, Coble asked ...
Mexico Sees Rebound Of Wintering Monarchs But Future Of Milkweed Butterfly
Despite the positive progress, there is no time to relax as the future of the milkweed butterfly population remains uncertain.

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